Steep Ravine Cabins
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We left our hotel really early this morning - We had to be at Marriott by 7:30 for Breakfast. We got to meet our table mates for the first time. 3 ladies are from FL. Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Ocala. All are wonderful and attend WCQC events all the time. We will see one of them at Daytona on our way back and 2 of 3 have registered for the Queen and VQ ...
... back to Haight Ashbury again as we didn’t really see it yesterday. It is a cool place, it’s where hippies were born or something so everything is bright colours and hippies selling acid on the corners. There isn’t a massive amount to do here though so we ate (a nice hotdog!) and wandered up to some famous square that is used in tons of films.
The baseball ground is class, I’d seen it before by chance at Tom’s and it seemed the ...
... a good parking spot, and there were hundreds of people wanting to hike through the woods. Thankfully, we spotted an open parking spot that said "for Buses only-- normal parking after 4pm." It was 3:47, so we shrugged and decided to park and wait until 4pm rolled around. We were lucky-- it was insanely difficult for everyone else to park.
Unfortunately, as I said before, we had zero cell service at this point and got ...
... note that arriving early is a good thing, and we decide we will do our best to stay on Easter Standard Time as it makes waking up at 6AM a breeze.
We head back towards San Franciso, and stop in Sausilito to grab lunch. Sausilito is a cool little town across the bay from downtown San Franciso, and we find a place that is built out on a pier into the bay with great views of the city. Fish Taco's and Bloody Mary's taste fantastic with scenery like ...
... was the longest suspension bridge in the world with a span of 4,200 feet. The colour of the bridge is an orange which is officially called Golden gate international orange. Apparently the colour was selected because it complements the natural surroundings and enhances the bridge's visibility in fog. It is an impressive structure with great dizzying views down 200 Ft below to the bay and shores. The Art ...