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Bacon/eggs for breakfast and then onto
Chuck E Cheese for lunch. For people who haven't heard of it, this is
a mix of arcade type games with pizza type food. It kept all the kids
busy for a few hours and they even managed to find a birthday cake so
we had that one covered too.
One of the only things Ben wanted to
see or do while we were in USA was the Golden Gate Bridge in San
Francisco so we drove from Chuck E Cheese to ...
Wide awake at 3 am, so I thought I'd give Deb a call, by the time I went back in the room Tegan was also on her phone. No chance of either of us getting back to sleep so we showered and got ready for the day. JRob woke about 4:45 so while he was getting ready, Tegan and I walked down to 7-11 for some coffees.
After we finished packing, we were on the road before 6 am a little ahead of schedule ...
... Neptune’s Waterfront Bar and Grill. It was a bit more upmarket than the places we usually visit but it was such a nice sunny day and we were by the ocean, and we (minus Ruth) had a hankering for seafood. I also fancied a nice glass of wine to go with my mussels, and enjoyed every sip and every bite immensely. I also tried Oysters for thr first time! We order half a dozen to share between three of us, and just as we finished the waiter brought us ...
... house at the checkout so ended up going back to retrieve it, and then Hayley and I took the car to the airport. As we arrived at our San Francisco house the change oil light came on in Scooby, pretty happy with that timing! Had it come on earlier in the trip I would have been paranoid about what we were doing to his engine. We also had let our fuel run down to minimal levels as I had paid for a tank at the start of the trip and didn’t feel inclined to send the car back ...
... spent a good 5 hours on Alcatraz Island, it was time to head back to the city. Another pleasant ferry ride back, leaving the bulk of the crowd behind (1000+ people on the island now). Once I was back alongside I took a pleasant stroll along the Embarcadero and grabbed some lunch from a Noodle Shop at Market Square and sat in Rincon Park (under Cupid's Span - see SF entry 21 Jan) to eat it.
I finally made it back to the Inn after a wonderful, historical and enlightening experience.