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... without paying over $300 per night. It turned out to be a really handy location. A reseda able walk to Fisherman's Wharf, and a block from Lombard street was a Main Street for public transport etc.
we arrived at the motel at around 1pm and as it was too early to check in, we left the car there and headed by foot towards Fisherman's Wharf. We got our first glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge and then Alcatraz. It was about a 30 min walk and a ...
... homeless people, insane people and also quite delightfully we passed cleaners whose job it is to clean up all the homeless people excrement every morning.
We eventually started on a walk advised in the LP around Chinatown. It's actually quite nice around here, the walk was pretty standard and I can’t be bothered to list the places, there was an alley from Indiana Jones and I was excited about going to a fortune cookie place because I thought I could ...
... 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 ...
... one of the trees, with the rings of wood marked to show when all of the rings were created. As you trace things back in time, you realize that the tree is almost 2000 years old and it makes you think about what the coast looked like back then when there was nothing but these big monsters.
There is one section of the trail with a stand of trees know as the "Cathedral". There are signs asking you to walk through the section silently to preserve ...
It is hard to believe that we are on the last full day of our US holidays. What a day to finish off on - American Independence day!
We hired bikes at Fisherman's Wharf to ride to the Golden Gate bridge and beyond. The Palace of Fine Arts is a monument and lake originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art.
It started getting very grey as we rode ...