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... a chance I'm jet lagged. I woke at 1 and didn't go back to sleep until after 6.. But it's ok, because we're in San Frantastico!! To break ourselves into the day we headed off for breakfast and then onto the hop on hop off tour bus to get our bearings. We got the 48 hour ticket and plan to use it as our taxi service round the city when we need it! We started by taking the downtown route and our first stop was china town. The ...
... walk up and jump straight on (about 7.30-8), which was fantastic. The driver was a bit of a character and started playing songs on the bell at the top of the car. From there, we headed back out to the airport to pick up the convertible Mustang we had hired. We spontaneously thought to go on a mini road trip, so drove over the Golden Gate Bridge and headed to the small town of Sausalito, for a coffee overlooking the bay. Sausalito is part of Marin County, which is the ...
... history in 1934. The Golden Gate Bridge's awe-inspiring expanse and distinctive ruddy shade of International Orange was born in 1933.
We left and headed onto San Francisco, via the Giant Sequoia forest which was about an hour and half out of Fresno. The trees were large and majestic, so straight and there were so many, although a shame that some virus has hit the pines and they are all dying. We took the obligatory photos and left.
There was a ...
... food, salami and cheese ! I was then way to tired and when i mean tired i mean tired. So we went back to the hotel to rest. Then of course Gigi had to go shopping and so we did traveling around mall where eve Gigi pulled us. And that concluded my day !
And so to San Francisco. After a short flight, where they managed to lose Tracey's case, we were sitting in Neptunes on Pier 39. A nice chilled glass of wine went down well with the sun as we ate fresh seafood looking out over Alcatraz and the Bay. Before gold changed everything, San Francisco was a small Spanish village built by conscripts from the Native American communities. The gold rush in the mid-1800s turned a village of about 800 into a city of over 100,000 more or less ...
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