Sequoia View Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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'I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you're following your passion.'
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... because there are so many blind corners and very little pull over areas, and only a few of them have railings to stop you getting really close to the view.
In the bottom of the canyon we stopped for lunch at Grizzly falls which compared to the photos we have seen was more like cute little kitten falls, but it still made an excellent spot for lunch. When we left the lodge this morning we were rugged up and freezing, two hours later in the valley we were in shorts ...
... the fish they serve is actually not fresh from the sea as you would think so it put us off a bit. There is a sea lion colony next to Pier 39 and we are kicking ourselves as we forgot to go and find them when we were there. I think it was because we were distracted by our first sighting of Alcatraz and then an awesome crab sculpture.
Next on the agenda was Coit Tower. We climbed the Filbert steps up Telegraph Hill to it ...
... including the granola) with my ipad. Morning 2 was a potato and cheese frittata (along with the oj, granola and I'm not sure what it was - kinda like a cornbread type thing - very good with the homemade raspberry jam!). Darrin actually tried the frittata and ate half of it, I had about 2/3rds - it was very rich, and our breakfasts usually consist of juice and cereal.
Next day - back to the coast! At least they can't shut that down...
... it was a super Wal Mart so we bought food for the day and many snacks and drinks for the fishing trip. We spent around $52 at Wal Mart, but it was okay since it was for a good cause; however, we only had $60 left and wasnt prepared for the crisis. While we were fishing in the backyard pond of Bob's neighborhood me and Cheng heard a women screaming and we ignored ...