The Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... It was a beautiful view and our photos do not do it justice.
On the way we passed the Palace of Fine Arts.
We then drove on to the small town of Sausalito which was a picturesque little town with a population of 7,500.
We then drove back to Pier 39 where Phillip had a cold drink and I had my first coffee in a week at a nice Italian place called Cioppino's. It was very nice indeed.
... looking forward to sharing our travel adventure with us for the next 3 weeks. We had an emotional cuddle in the hallway and a quick catch-up before going straight to bed.
The next morning we woke up my parents with a welcome cup of tea in bed and started to plan our city adventures for the next few days.
There is a lot to see and do in this very unique American city and we ...
... and is known for its Margaritas and Guacamole.
On Sunday we strolled down to the market and then had breakfast. I went back to Laura's apartment to watch the football games while the ladies went to a unique store called called Canvas and Cabernet . For three hours the ladies painted a portrait and drank Cabernet. The results were amazing! We ...
... prison for only 29 years, with the last inmates leaving in 1963. It closed due to deterioration and high operating costs. It has become a symbol of America's dark side and a popular attaction for tourists to visit. We got to hear about the people who tried to escape it, I still need to watch the movies! But some pretty fascinating stories. We had an audio tour of the prison cell block and you could stay as long as you wanted to wander around the island. ...