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... but since we hit so much freaking California traffic, we arrived to late to take advantage of it.
After checking in, we went on a journey to find In&Out Burger since it's California's version of Whataburger. Whataburger pwns In&Out Burger by the way. In&Out Burger has a limited menu... It's either a hamburger, a cheeseburger, or a double cheeseburger, and they only have fries, no onion rings. I had a ...
... garage at noon! Pacific Time
So we were on our way, (after Donald finally believed me that we indeed had to make a very sharp left to exit through a generic looking check-out gate - he thought we needed to find the Dollar check-out gate).
Don's phone has a GPS app which talks to us with two distinct female voices. The peppy one who seems to be on top of things, I named 'Emily' and the lower pitched, slow, ...
... since we both watch Boardwalk Empire and it is where Al Capone was incarcerated. Overall San Fran was probably our least favourite place of the trip - it was quite dirty, there were heaps of beggars and drug addicts freaking out in he city which made it feel rather unsafe. The outskirts areas of the place - like Napa, Sonoma and San Jose (where Google is) - are beautiful and more appealing to me. Now we are off to LA for our final leg of our trip!!!
... the driver what we wanted to see. Mrs Doubtfire house? Sure! Can we see the house from 'Charmed'? Absolutely! What about the side to San Francisco we normally don't get to see?
It worked in our favour, as the driver took us where we wanted to go. We saw the Golden Gate Bridge from so many angles, it was surreal. We crossed it, which doesn't normally happen. Then we were driven to Bakers Beach to see the bridge from the shore. Great view.
The tour also ...
... on the younger men! Luckily the other people seemed to know the drill so I could copy when they stood, knelt and sat, and there was a programme so i could mouth along in the right places. It was a nice experience and the cathedral is beautiful with lots of stained glass, and a labyrinth copied from the one in Chartres. It took about 10 minutes to follow all the curves and turns, it felt quite meditative.
After all that I was hungry again. There's a pizza ...