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... When we got there we had a hard time finding it because it was re-painted a dark gray color!!! However we did find the house and took pictures. It was pretty cool to see the house where they filmed the TV show almost everyone knew about. From here we drove up Diversidado Street. This street was so steep and when we got to the top it overlooked most of San Fran, which was a great site to see. Next on the list was pier 39 to walk the pier, get a good look at Alcatraz and the Golden ...
... up a hammock next to a reflective pond with a waterfall and settled in to read a book. Overall a rather relaxing afternoon.
In the evening I decided to take advantage of the clear skies and walk down to the beach to watch the sun set. It was absolutely amazing. I walked along the beach and finally settled in a spot where I could watch the birds and see the reflection of the sun on the wet sand, the locals chose to sit in the sand dunes, higher up ...
... of the city below in the distance. Bryony wasn't so worried by this, she was more concerned about the fact that we were in a 'new park' with 'new swings'. Needless to say, she had a fab time. From Alamo Square, we took a walk to the nearest cable car station (it had to be done!). This was about an hour's worth in total and gave us the chance to absorb some of the neighbourhoods of the city, including an interesting section named 'Japan Town' with its ...
... was pretty good, although it was quite different from all of the New Zealand Blanc I have had in the past. I'm not sure its any better for the huge disparity in price. Next we had the Pinot, and this one I was the most surprised about. For a $65 bottle of wine I was surprised at how much I didn't care for it. I've had many makes of Pinot before and this was definitely wasn't one of my favorites. Next came the Cab and this is where Mondavi won out. This tasting from a bottle that costs ...
... and the right to exist. Humans, Muir decided, are no greater or lesser than other forms of life. Muir eventually won public acceptance of conservation as an environmental ethic and inspired generations of wilderness advocates.
Until the 1800s, many northern California coastal valleys were covered with coast redwood trees similar to those now found in Muir Woods National Monument. The forest along Redwood Creek in today's Muir ...