Travel Blogs from San Francisco
... of this suburb of San Fransisco and on the right road south, we decide the best way to avoid stress was to purchase another GPS. Turns out, we need a GPS to find a GPS shop. Would make sense if a GPS was part of the hire of the vehicle, but we have discovered that not everything makes sense. We finally find a shop and a cheap GPS and now listen to an American voice direct us south towards the Californian coast along highway 101.
The Way It Is
There’s a thread you follow. It goes among
things that change. But it doesn’t change.
People wonder about what you are pursuing.
You have to explain about the thread.
But it is hard ...
... little bad and quite antisocial. but its going to be hectic and I don't know if having a hangover is worth it. Sometimes I worry I'm way too old nowadays. I would love a good dancey dancey night, which I plan on doing when I get home. So for now, I'll enjoy my boring nights at home and try to have a few nights out with work mates before I finish. I told Toddy all about the places we will visit and things we hope to see when he comes over in December, got me all excited again!
A very nice view of the sunset and overlooking Market Street from our table. Can you make out that bridge?
The View Lounge at the Marriott on the 39th floor - has a 360 view of the city depending where you are seated. This was a fun, relaxing, cozy and not too noisy (at least tonight) bar/lounge we went to after a long walk through SOMA. Got in and seated at tall table before it got super busy.
Food, drinks, the company were nice.
... shoes - a soul partner.
On our way back to the hotel we found the Apple shop, which we decided to visit tomorrow.
Was again at Michael Mina in the Westin, but this time we elected to eat in the restaurant proper.
The menu comprised
Libby - Dungeness crab, then Chicken with coleslaw.
Barry - Maryland lobster, followed by Kobe Flatiron steak
Wine : Michael Mina Pinot Noir, St Ynez Syrah.