San Benito House
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... moved in over the bay, so we ventured inside Coit tower to see some of the painted murals inside. We decided to brave the continuing drizzle to keep going on the tour and walked down the hill via Filbert Stairway, which is actually considered a street, to see some of the oldest cottages in San Francisco dating back to the 1850's.
... outside just in time for him to pull up, load them in, and offer us bottled water. Things were going really well so far.
The drive to BART is uneventful, but when we notice crowds of people standing outside the Castro Valley BART station as we roll our suitcases down the ramp we begin to get a little worried. As we roll by, the crowd tells us "All connections to San Francisco are closed due to a fire in Embarcadero." That is going to be a problem for ...
... for the Levis Strauss headquarters and Levis museum. This was really interesting and the shop was good too. We took taxis via Nob Hill to get to Levis. The houses on the hill were gorgeous with fantastic views.
We walked to the pier area and spent a few hours at Pier 39. Some great shops here selling everything from fresh fruit to leather handbags. The main attraction of Pier 39 are the seals who sun themselves on ...
... to the resort was quick and easy and the only hiccup we had was that the hotel gave us the wrong room which we slept in the first night. All was resolved in the morning.
I think we got a great deal, a beautiful suite with king size bed for me and sleeping couches for the boys. Why aren't my floors marble and why isn't there a nice lady who cleans twice a day at home? Oh, yeah, I am the "nice lady who cleans twice a day at ...
... Now we had seen seals in Antarctica, but never in this number. I could only imagine the field day the sealers would have had back 1800’s slaughtering all these unsuspecting seals for their oil.
We hadn’t timed our run up the coast very well as it coincided directly with the Memorial Day long weekend. This meant ...