Pillar Point Inn
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... Beach on the 17 mile road. It is a gated community that to have to pay $10 to enter and is part owned by Clint Eastwood - he is also the mayor. The houses are pretty epic and the views are magnificent!! It was a great drive and we stopped in at the Lodge at the Pebble Beach Golf Club (where they hold the US Open) for Christmas lunch.
After our delish lunch we forged on to San Fran where we checked into our motel (which was also pet friendly ...
... Golden Gate Bridge, he is currently living.
Regarding Sausalito it used to serve as a shipbuilding center in WWII; today it has a reputation as a wealthy and artistic enclave and a picturesque residential community incorporating large numbers of houseboats. To our great surprise James has been renting a very spacious room in one of the houseboats since March.
We didnīt find difficult to locate Jamesīs "boat" thanks to the GPS in our tablet. When we saw his new ...
... but homeless people. Horrible, smelly, ugly freaks. Like from "the hills have eyes" or "wrong turn" films. Even Jamie looked handsome. No, really, he did!!!! So that just shows you to what extent of ugly on the ugliness scale these people were. Bet you didn't know it went below 0! Turns out the Asian man was brilliant fun. He was over to go round the American golf courses from Japan. I felt like ...
... for the first time ever. The bay is gorgeous and everything is calm as it is 8am. The serenity is thick and I can feel the relaxation setting in and things slowing down as we put the fast paced east coast world behind us and say hello west coast. We spend a while on the beach, then hop back into the car and make our way up Route 1 on our way to San Francisco. Although the scenery is stunning, the girls are buried in their iPhones. Lorraine is enjoying the sights and pulling ...
... wait but it was worth it.) We got to hang onto the sides for the ride back into the main city which was a lot of fun! Bit chilly but definitely the best way to experience the cable car. Once we were in town we went to West field's shopping center and had a look in a few shops as it was Rob's last chance for a shop. In the evening we headed out for our last meal together we went to an American diner which was cool and we had nice meals. We spent the ...