Travelodge San Rafael
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... that changed the world, or some cure for something. I guess it takes all kinds to get us all to where we're at. It is what it is.
We eat our sandwiches while traveling on down the road, watching the incredible coastline before us. Perhaps meeting the people in the market serves to make us appreciative of what we have, of what we are able to experience, the travel we are able to do. We feel lucky and humble to ...
... outside just in time for him to pull up, load them in, and offer us bottled water. Things were going really well so far.
The drive to BART is uneventful, but when we notice crowds of people standing outside the Castro Valley BART station as we roll our suitcases down the ramp we begin to get a little worried. As we roll by, the crowd tells us "All connections to San Francisco are closed due to a fire in Embarcadero." That is going to be a problem for ...
Uncle wings house (eat more crab) Dim sum with the family Ghirardelli square/aquatic park to fisherman wharf, cute shops. Pearls, cheesecake IC, puzzles and games controlled by our minds! Palm reader, prophet or scammer? Seals, pier 45 Dinner at pompei's grotto, sourdough! Bad italian! Marathon walking, sore feet. UC Davis for the night to see Greg's band perform at a hippie shack. Slept at a rest stop at ...
... Even seals seem to have preferred real estate and were often fighting for the prime positions on the floating pontoons. They certainly bark a lot and have an unpleasant smell.
This afternoon we walked further down the pier area and took a 60min bay cruise. This took us around Alcatraz and under the Golden Gate Bridge. Got some great photos of the fog coming in over the bridge. Okay so I didn't take the photos, ...
... streets over. We must have climbed 300 steps to scale that cliff. There were houses off the path to the left on the way up. I don't know how they get their groceries up let alone how they manage when they have to move furniture in and out. Several streets over we came to Coit Tower. Lillie Coit was considered eccentric, smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it was socially acceptable for women to do so. She was a gambler and dressed like a man in order to ...