The Gables Inn Sausalito
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Such a nice villa with large room, very clean, and happy hour of drinks and cheese and biscuits.
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San Francisco is odd. The only way to describe parts of it (mostly the part I was staying in!) is gnarley. I’m assuming that’s how it’s spelled. It’s the word that the San Frannians I met used to describe parts of the city. And considering I saw someone shooting up on the street this morning I’d say it’s a fairly accurate description. However, that dark side only adds to the diversity of this bizarre city. ...
... so restaurant is probably a stretch more like a cafe but the food was great.
Tomorrow the others are heading for New York and Darren and I pick up our convertible mustang an start our drive to Long Beach where we will base ourselves for a few days. Its only about a 6 hour drive but we are doing it over two days. We plan on stopping at all the little towns along the coast to explore and soak up the atmosphere.
Don't mind walking, have a rcar rental and we got the SF,Muir woods, Napa valley things covered.... But really want to get to know Sausalito like a native... I think the Boston accent will help us blend in :)
Love to hear about the "don't miss" spots as well. I can suggest New England things if traveling here.
Awoke to more amazing weather which is apparently unusual in San Francisco at this time of the year. San Francisco is known as the fog city with summer usually arriving late in the season. Today we needed to tick off the cable cars and I wanted to see the painted ladies before doing the Alcatraz Cruise in the afternoon. We had seen the queue for the cable cars snaking like a queue for a Disneyland ride several times over the past few days and decided to pass it by. Today ...
... hugely popular tourist trap. The lunch is fine and it's nice to sit in the sun and people watch for a bit. We then find the area where all the lion seals reside. The area is loud and smelly but fun to watch. We then head to the cable cars, for our first ride and head back to our hotel. A quick nana nap and we are then ready to head to the baseball - The SF Giants vs The Minnesota Twins. I've purchased my Giants windcheater, so I look like a local or at least so I can stay ...