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The next stop was Muir Woods, basically a little pocket of redwoods tucked away in the middle of the Marin hills, named after John Muir, a famous naturalist whose work helped protect the Coastal Redwoods. We put the location into our GPS and it chose the fastest route, which happened to be straight up and over some of the craziest steep hills in Marin County. At some points, we were actually wondering if the car would make it up these hills. They were ...
... Coit Tower in the distance. We continued on looking around and found the seals on the jetties. They are gorgeous and this time there were many little ones as well. We came across Optimus Prime so Phillip just had to meet him. We found a Churros Stall so when we are much better we will enjoy one of them. We then continued on to my hair appointment who told us the hairdresser was sick and could not fit me in any other time we are here. So we continue to look for one, ...
... they wanted another $15 to view his gallery. We decided against that and instead toured the other galleries in the Museum. My favorite work was the execution of John Brown painting. There was also an exhibit of artwork from New Guinea that was quite interesting. There was one piece of art that did catch my attention for it's simplicity, a white canvas with a ...
... a hostel - not so much on the nice side), and then met the girls from our tour down at the wharf for dinner. It was Emma, Elise, Ramona, Sam, Jess and myself that were left in the city, however tonight was the last time we would get to have dinner with Sam and Elise, who both have flights in the morning. We had a really nice dinner at a cute little Italian restaurant, and I was able to satisfy my craving for bolognaise.
Before too long it ...
... town full of beautiful, extremely expensive houses ("several million dollars plus a kidney") where we took the ferry back to SF. Monday was a day off and we decided to take a day off from walking as well. We semi failed, visiting the Berkeley campus and walking many miles trying to find a winery that was open in Oakland. Since not only wineries turned out to be closed but also the restaurants that Michael had in mind for dinner, ...