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... freezing again and still the top was covered by fog my hair was an absolute knotted mess once we reached the other side, I took the opportunity to head down stairs for the trip back across.
Next I was off to check out Lombard at the crookedest st in the world, after wall st in NYC, jjaaayyssuss that was on steep hill to walk up, I definitely worked off that in-n-our burger anyway. Once I got to the top there was people everywhere and cars banked up trying to drive down the st, ...
... colour, but it was so wide. Apparently in the early days, they used to have horse and buggy races along that beach. The developer of the area was a young German mining engineer who invented a pump for pumping water out of silver mines and made a fortune. He built a fantastic big house up on the hill overlooking the ocean, and on the ocean edge he built enormous covered ocean baths. The remains of the ...
... Pacific Ocean flows into the Bay. It is a suspension bridge and can swing 7-8m both sides in strong winds. We were able to take a walk on it for some great photos. All aboard again to see The Palace of Fine Arts........a beautiful structure. Then off to the Sutra Bath ruins at Lands End. We finished the day off with a Chinese banquet and headed back to our hotel for our last ...
... of rapid fire photos so I can put them together later. so beautiful. I would love to have a giant jelly fish aquarium; it's like a lava lamp times a million! I was able to buy us City Passes for San Francisco at the Monterrey Bay aquarium because it was one of the sites included in the passes.
After I picked Dave up from the cold rain we headed towards San Fran which I was super excited about, plus the fact that we were getting a hotel for ...
... the famous "In-n-Out Burger" which is a legend in the US and every US-American loves it. I don't quite understand why, though. They offer only plain hamburgers or cheeseburgers, fries, cola and some milkshakes - that's all. Apart from the very small choice, the burgers themselves have a rather average taste.
SF is a very pleasant city (apart from the steep hills) and has a certain European flair - maybe that's why I liked it so much :-)