Point Reyes Hostel
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... to Pacific heights where some of the most expensive houses sell for. The views were amazing and anton had even researched how much some houses had sold for recently! We also saw the house in Mrs doubt fire :) We then had lunch at 'out the door' a Vietnamese restaurant advised by our tour guide. He even joined us!! We both had a Steamed bun and I had a chicken salad - amazing! While Doug had a chicken noodle thing ...
... 347;wiecie) i wieża Coit (na którą wspinaliśmy się chyba po milionie schodów). Tak nam się wszystko podobało, że nieco zasiedzieliśmy się w mieście, zapominając że wciąż mamy 1h 45min do auta. Ja zasugerowałam jeszcze spacer wybrzeżem na Golden Gate Bridge (około 3 godziny marszu w przeciwnym kierunku), jednak John popatrzył na mnie wymownym spojrzeniem i ...
... he says no, it's very odd system......in the hotel, we have a quick swim then back on the bus one, to our favourite Chinese restaurant. It's busy this time and after waiting for 30mins for a table, we are offered to share a table for six with a couple, it's fine for us, we are a bit nervous as to the reception we would get from the couple....they turn out to be a incredibly friendly couple from Los Angeles, they have driven up to. ...
... these baby ostrich-sized birds to attack and kill pigeons. Consequently, there exist no flock of seagulls at Fisherman's Wharf, just gangs.
After snacking on the universal goodness of a six inch tuna Subway, we again picked up the tour thru the Barbary Coast, Levis Plaza with blue denim walls, the gillion dollar apartments of Russian Hill (a shoe box with a mezzanine), and San Francisco's other Bridge, the double-decked Oakland Bay.
It was ...
... counterparts a few lessons in keeping the customer happy. Everything is done with a smile! As for the homeless, there have been quite a few we've seen in our walks around the city but none have been aggressive or invasive to our space (touch wood) and besides reminding us that some people have had life experiences that are way different to ours they haven't impacted on our trip at all. How have we filled our days? Walking! A whole lot of walking and boy is this city giving ...