Tam Valley Bed and Breakfast
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... the Fisherman's Grotto and enjoyed cold beverages and orange roughy for me and clam chowder and crab cakes for Jon. After lunch we wandered over to the Powell & Hyde cable car line. We took the car back up a big hill, got off and walked up another big hill and finally down a big hill to the White Swan Inn. During all this walking, we went past the Fairmont Hotel which was overrun with San Francisco police and ...
... guide from yesterday had given us some tips on where to go to get the best views, and it was amazing. We got off near to the main tourist area, and strolled to an area nearby to get the best view of the Golden Gate (the bay by the bridge), and the bridge itself. It was about 4:30pm, a little before sunset and the light in the bay was beautiful. We then of course walked along the bridge. I can confidently say this is, and will be one of the main highlights ...
... of the fact that there is a bar in the hostel and went to find some new people to chat to. I plonked myself down next to a couple of guys and asked them if they minded me joining them. They didn’t really have a choice but they seemed amenable to company! They were from Germany and were travelling around the National Parks during the summer. They had been hitchhiking mostly so I was quite impressed at their bravery. Especially ...
... we had started to realise we were in a pretty dicey looking area but since it was still daylight we thought we'd walk and maybe catch a cab back. Turned out OK but there are a lot of homeless people in the area which is called Tenderloins and I did some research and essentially you stay on certain streets and stay away from others. When we got to the theatre which is on one of the main streets, Market Street, the area still had a few homeless people etc, but it felt safe ...
... found a cabin for us to stay in for the night.
Finding the cabin was an adventure in itself. We had to go up hilly, narrow roads along the edges of mountains. Our cell service was spotty at best, but we eventually found the place hidden in the woods.
When Jonathan and David said "cabin," I was prepared to sleep on a couch or maybe the ground as the 8 of us squished into a two-ish bedroom cabin.
This place was ...