Point Reyes Hostel
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... Park and the California Academy of Sciences. Stopped for a spot of lunch and a wander around local artists who were displaying their work. Then a drive through Height Street, famous for the 'hippie' movement, past the Civic Centre Plaza that looked like the buildings in Washington DC along to Cow Hollow. It's claim to fame is the short walk to see the crookedest street in the world. Cars ...
... comfortable temperature so it’s not so hard getting in. However, I am a lady… and washing in a creek is not going to suffice for me for the 2nd night in a row, so we come back up to our campground and I pull what I like to call the “army shower”. I get Aaron to hold the towel around me, whilst I use a water bottle and soap to properly wash myself. It was the most awkward thing I’ve done in a long time haha, but it certainly made me feel better ...
... pack sardines into them. These renovated buildings are what make hundreds of tourists flock here each weekend. I took some photos of the cannery factory, bridges and the famous Spindrift Inn. This hotel has white wood and beautiful wooded balconies, it looks picturesque and romantic, it was built in the 1920s and has been fully restored. We then crossed the road and ate some fish n chips at the Coopers Pub and restaurant. It also was built from the ...
... in their lane. We again had to get used to which side of the walking tracks to walk on and also what side of the road the cars were coming from as it is opposite to home and if you went on the wrong side you would get squished.
We walked to the Fisherman’s wharf; this was a pleasant place with a variety of food shops within the building. We continued along till we came to Pier 39. This had ...
... Presidio that would drop us off close to the museum. Did I mention that it was free. The Presidio by the way is worth exploring, there is a lot to take in and we could have spent two days there alone.
The Walt Disney Museum was fascinating . Maureen and I were taken back to our youth and were amazed at the work that Disney Studios ...