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... and so large but I discovered that miso soup is gross. I'm learning so much on this trip! :) Our first day in San Fransisco ended with a river cruise of the bay. We went under the Golden Bridge, around Alcatraz, into the Port of San Fransisco where the AT&T park is (the home ground of the Giants) and back into The Fishermans Wharf. It was so beautiful and so perfect, but so cold! There were drinks, buffet and live music - and Texan's who loved our accents. I didn't even think ...
... the car rental place advised us of this because the Golden Gate Bridge doesn't accept cash. If you don't have an easy pass device you have to pre-purchase your ticket on-line.
I think we got every red light as we made our way through the city, which was fine so we could do our sight-seeing. We saw a few cable cars and were able to look up a few of the steep streets San Francisco is famous for. We were on Lombard Ave on our way ...
... sadly, one of us did not know where his sunglasses were. This necessitated a search (TSA on steroids) through said person's suitcase and backpack - several times. He looked; I looked. We didn't get mad and we didn't say bad words - we have manners, after all. Finally, after 30 minutes, he located the wayward sunglasses hiding in his day pack, which was packed inside his suitcase. And we were off at last! ...
... in his honour. Also, theres a Wall of Fame along King Street in dedication to the Giant legends.
From there I walked towards the Embarcadero (Spanish: The Place to Embark - Wharf). It's and area constructed on top of an engineered seawall and reclaimed land. For the next few hours I walked the whole length of the Embarcadero (seemed like forever but was actually 11.6 kms - including Marina Area). It is a beautiful walk on a beautiful, sunny day and follows the ...
... them). After purchasing the pass we booked our tour to Alcatraz for Thursday and then walked to the Hyde Street Cable cars. The views were spectacular!
Next stop was the Irish Bank Pub which we could walk to from the end of the cable car ride. It was a great pub and I discovered it has a very famous patron, Padrig Harrington, who ...