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... and my fear of running out of
fuel on the golden gate was real. The exit took me to Sausalito, which was a blessing in disguise as this was probably the nicest town I had been too. It was a bit more expensive but you could tell from the houses, restaurants, boats and views.
Not knowing anything about this place I quickly fuelled up and then parked to stroll along ...
... Andretti winery, Hagafen Cellars and Monticello Winery. On each one we were helped by FANTASTIC STAFF! the highlight was meeting the owner of Hagafen Cellars and speaking a bit of spanish with him, and then having a rosť wine while playing Yahtzee with oversized dice. Also, this fun game to aim into the rooster's face and insert a bean bag into it. We had a tie on the rooster's game but Tom won Yahtzee.
With enough wine for the day, we went ...
10 am - 7pm we rode. Sean and Finn on tandem are faster than me and dad, next time I might need to peddle .... San Fran is hilly and mum and dad got lost most of the time or argued about which way to go....as I said we rode 10am to 7 pm and sure we have been on every street. Golden Gate Bridge was really cool... As it was blowing a gale. Really amusing amazing ride home, it was on a boat! As I said they were ...
... top psychedelic rock performers and groups of the time. Acts like Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin all lived a short distance from the intersection. They not only immortalized the scene in song, but also knew many within the community as friends and family. Another well-known neighbourhood presence was The Diggers, a local "community anarchist" group known for its street theatre who also provided free food to residents every day.
The Summer of ...
... anyone was there. Yes. Bummer.
We reached San Francisco, only to stay in the worst hotel I've ever been in.
This Motel 6(66) was in downtown SF, but the wrong part of downtown. Phil heard someone actually say "Where's my money, *****?" and be serious about it. This place was more like a halfway house than a hotel/motel. oh well.