Pillar Point Inn
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Day 4 of our Road trip
Monday we woke up in our motel in South San Francisco, near
to the airport. It’s a lot cooler here than we thought it would be, nearly
everyday we’re having to wear coats just to keep warm. We started off today
with a lovely long sleep in, which after 4 days mostly sleeping in the car was
MUCH needed. Then off we went to Lombard street, the ‘crookedest’ street in the
world. People have their weddings there! ...
... I don't like it, it's so awkward why don't they just add it to the pricing. I'm sure I'll get used to it but I don't know who I tip or how much and is it like on the sly or is it just a everyday thing and they expect it?!?!??
i arrived at the hotel and I was pretty happy, basic room with bed, TV, free wifi and my own bathroom. I went for a walk to get dinner, Roccos Italian diner, it was just around the corner, I grabbed Caesar salad ...
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... 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 ...
... Doubtfire house which we drove past (which I wasn't expecting to see at all). A few people on tour kept complaining about all the walking we were doing, geez, what did you expect! We stopped by at Alamo Square to get some photos with great views of the city behind which is a staple backdrop for many TV and Film scenes. We got back on the bus and headed for Palace of Fine Arts, which doubled as a very serene and peaceful gardens area with huge ponds - a perfect setting ...