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... was an earlier start than we have been used to but was needed in order to meet Anton, our personal tour guide. Anton took us on a guided, 6 hour, walking tour through out San Francisco and gave us a lot of history along the way.
- We met Anton just near Union Square and headed straight to Chinatown and heard along the way the history of the earthquake and fire of 1906 that destroyed 1/3 of the city. The 1989 earthquake ...
... the housing and volume. Each home it appeared shared a common wall there were no gardens to talk off. The Golden Gate Bridge that lite the sky like a beacon. After making our way to the Sheraton we headed out to get our bearings on to Fishermans Wharf! Boy what an eye opener people every where including the homeless, and that aroma you associate with weed! Quick late nite pizza at Boudine the home to bed, more tours ...
... chairs waiting. Perfect. Better still- coffee only $3.15! A little visit to Walgreens for some necessaries then feet up before 4 hour tour. The tour was excellent with several stops including Golden Gate Park and bridge. Had dinner at a beaut 50's Diner not far away. We have included some pics of the Mission District architecture. There are a couple of the Golden Gate, Twin Peaks lookout including a wedding and our 50's - 60's ...
... each other and picked up where they left off like they always do. Of course being that close to the beach we had to take a walk and before the evening was over, I had to dry Jack & Lucas' clothes, TWICE. We went into Pacifica for dinner at a place with an incredible view and watched the waves crash and the sun set. Lucas and Jack got soaked for the second time in two hours when they stood at the edge of the restaurant ...
There was plenty to see North of LA all the way up the coast. A quick chat to Ando back home gave us a good plan on what to see and do as he and his new wife Liz explored this part of the world on their honeymoon recently. When we picked up the hire car we had to take a second look. This thing wasn't much bigger than an elephant’s ****.