Travelodge San Rafael
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... see of the city and surrounds, there's definitely plenty to explore. But one thing that sticks in my mind is how rough the roads are. Now I don't know if it's due to the many earthquakes over the years, but I found some of the roads were so rough they almost felt like 4WD tracks!! I crossed the Bay Bridge twice and saw what's left of the old bridge being dismantled after it was badly damaged in the last big quake. Apparently the new Bay Bridge took 15 years to finish and ...
... 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 ...
... The art works, which use, iron and even Lego, communicate freedom of expression and human rights. It was very moving.
We had lunch at the famous Pier 39 - the most overrated part of San Francisco I reckon - too touristy for me.
Even though the cable car is a tourist attraction, we loved it. It's a cool piece of engineering. Dad and I got to ride on the sideboards which was neat but a bit scary because there wasn't much ...
... of the actors was up on the pier. It was all a bit strange and also in Spanish and it was definitely not a documentary. Evan called telenovela early on but that's hardly surprising because he says that whenever he hears someone speaking Spanish. Anyway, Darcy got to watch them clack the clacker (blackboard thingy, I don't know what it's called), shout action and film a couple of takes. We sat on the pier about 5 metres to the right and watched, so as you can imagine, this was ...
... up! The staff were friendly, so much so that one of the waitresses ran after us as we left to give SJ and ER a hug.
A City Sightseeing tour in a double decker bus awaits us tomorrow so we can begin to get to grips with the city. Looking forward to it.
Oh, we should mention that after days of hearing Emma sing the Wiggles song 'San Francisco Trolley Car', it wasn't in her repertoire today...