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Travel Blogs from Point Reyes Station
... nice views of the bay. Then it was back down to Fisherman’s wharf for another stroll embracing the manic conundrum of the loud San Fran with its low cloud and unique mico weather system to purchase the national parks tickets, which never happened and then a well-deserved tea break.
The maritime toe bare running shoes, a pair of walkers and Tony bought a few things too. A late lunch on the way home at ...
... Wharf and had lunch at the Hard Rock Café. Darryl was starting to feel a bit sick (I think it was the cold from the bus trip), so decided to go back to the unit. I on the other hand, wanted to see Lombard Street (the world's most crookedest street). I decided to catch the cable car up the hill to the start of Lombard Street, but the line of people was huge, so I decided to walk! Oh my god. It was a 4 block walk uphill and when I say uphill, I mean UPHILL! I can ...
... lunch we followed the 17 mile coastal drive, but not before a quick stop to have a look at the resident harbour seal colony and also time for Fred to invite himself to a wedding that was taking place in a little park on the top of the hill. The bride & groom were a little bit puzzled when Fred wanted his photo taken with them. Meanwhile Edward was pointing out to the others another one of his favourite dive spots. I thought ...
... saw some of the America cuo and stopped off in a left handed shop which was interesting but ultimately completely pointless. I then attempted to get a ferry to Alcatraz but the ferries are booked until mid august so no luck there but I booked a boat trip around the bay which hung around Alcatraz for a bit and went under the Golden Gate bridge. The views were fantastic but would have been so much better without the intense fog that didn't clear all day long. That evening I went with ...
... eye, the good eye and. Was desperately looking for it in the bathroom, using a headlamp and lying on the floor scanning the floor. After a long time of searching, we had looked over the whole bathroom and we couldn't find it. That night I was disappointed and I only had one eye contact in my left ...
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