San Anselmo Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a hood and I had an additional knit hat and gloves. We parked a little way from the bridge and biked over along a marina and along the coastline to a point under the edge of the bridge. From there we had a pretty long and pretty steep climb up to bridge level. My bike took me right up but Bob had to walk his bike most of the way. Finally we made it up. The bikes are all on one side of the bridge and pedestrians on the other. Our biker side had a huge mix of really in shape, ...
8/18 Day 57 We are still camped outside San Francisco. We spent the day sightseeing in SF. We started out headed toward the Civic Center in order to get off the expressways and down onto surface streets. Once down we headed down to the Embarcadero the wharf area of SF. We followed this around the harbor all the way to Fisherman's Wharf. We then wandered around Nob Hill, Chinatown, and Russian Hill. While we were on ...
Last morning in San Fransisco, have loved it here but feel there is tonnes more to see and we've only scratched the surface. It's a big city.
Went to the world famous Sears off Union Square for breakfast to stock up for our road trip ahead. Best breakfast we've had!
Checked out and drove to Golden Gate Park for a little walk. The Park was lovely, too big to see everything but the ...
... It was a beautiful view and our photos do not do it justice.
On the way we passed the Palace of Fine Arts.
We then drove on to the small town of Sausalito which was a picturesque little town with a population of 7,500.
We then drove back to Pier 39 where Phillip had a cold drink and I had my first coffee in a week at a nice Italian place called Cioppino's. It was very nice indeed.
... bell to make music and there was a group of holidaying Americans who were singing and - Yeh, it was fun! We rode it to union square and then nipped into Walgreens and picked up some dinner, used their wifi to request an uber and then came back! Our Uber driver, Achmed, was really nice, from Egypt he came here three years ago and has been studying at one of the online university's whilst working for Uber. It was nice to have a chatty ...