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We had a bit of a rocky start this morning, but now we are waiting to board our flight within the safety of the United first class lounge.
I will say that the bay area BART system is in desperate need of a thorough refresh/cleaning?
I took plenty of photos of the day and I will start uploading ...
... or down that thing!
We found some free two-hour parking along the back roads so we parked up and strolled down to Pier 41. The first thing we saw not far in the distance was Alcatraz. It is a lot closer to the shore than I thought it was going to be. We needed to book the boat that night as a few people had told us that the tours fill up quickly. Just next to the pier was a tiny little island called Forbes Island, which looked like it was a floating restaurant, very cool. ...
... couches and TV. After we chilled for a bit, Seb and I both engaged in some touristy-ness by catching buses all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a bit of a trek to get there but the view was worth it, and totally free! The day had cleared up quite a bit by then, so we got some killer shots of the bridge, and when we were walking across it we even looked down and saw dolphins (a mum and a baby) and two types of seals! Too cool. ...
... We then went and hired bikes to ride to Sausalito. Great ride except for head wind all the way to the bridge. Fantastic scenery though. We slowly biked our way past all the fantastic dog fields, where all then professional dog walkers were at work, and mad our way to the bridge which was packed !! Got across, and descended down the hill to Sausalito, a very exclusive looking community in a sheltered ...
... a second tiny flight, only took an hour, I arrived in San Francisco. Being the social bunny that I am, the two girls sitting next to me had English accents so I started talking to them. Instead of me having to take a shuttle bus alone, they came along and kept me company, on the way to their hotel. Everyone told me horror stories about some parts of San Francisco-I've been around the world, ...