Point Reyes Schoolhouse Compound
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... and dined at 'Tarantino's', which was Italian & very delicious. Ryan and dad both ordered the seafood bowl in Marinara sauce - typical dad ate every.last.bit. I had a delicious shrimp and mushroom angel hair pasta in tomato-based sauce (I'm salivating thinking about it! Haha) - the best I've had! Following lunch we headed to San Francisco Go Car Tours, which we had seen buzzing around town and thought they looked fun. Our intentions were to hire one ...
... in day light before heading to the Ferry Building where there was a very nice market, across to the city centre Redwood Forest, and then DOWN through china town (probably the nicest china town we have seen so far), out of china town we hit Union Square - where designer shops were in every direction! Unfortunately the cable was down on Powell street but a shuttle took us up to the next street where we caught it! We have ridden and hung off a Cable Car in San Fran!! This took us ...
... should know better. Firstly Gil was unable to find the right bus stop and with the help of a homeless lady I got us on the bus. Perhaps that was my mistake. After hopping off the bus at somewhere that appears to be in the middle of nowhere we walk aimlessly. The boys and I then wait aimlessly as Gil gets a coffee(he takes so long we think he is making it himself). Although 11.00 am on a Sunday morning I must say I have felt more comfortable . Nothing ...
... and this just seemed hilarious… these two adventurous guys out on the trails with nothing but the bare essentials aaaand a coffee maker. I guess you had to be there.
Then I got chatting to a couple of guys from Canada. (It was a little bizarre that evening, there were no girls around at all) So these guys were from Alberta and were telling me what it was like there. I really enjoyed chatting with them, they were a lot of ...
... the rest of the world's population. We parked up the bikes by the ferry port and went for a wander. Sausalito is a pretty town, although completely overrun by cycling tourists like us. As soon as we'd got over the bridge we were bathed in hot summer sunshine while the city behind us was cloaked in autumnal clouds and breeze. In the odd weather patterns you get around the bay the temperature had gone from about 55 degrees (13C) in the city to about ...