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... him the "we-just-bought-a-ubass-yesterday-there s-no-way-we're-buying-a-tongue-drum" look, and after playing it for a few minutes we left the shop and got back in the car.
A little further up Highway 1 we came across the picturesque Bixby Bridge and pulled over for some photos.
It was so pretty with the cliffs and the ocean and the bridge all working together to make my eyes happy!
After a little stop there and a bunch of photos, we kept heading up ...
... cheesecake. Well it was the Cheesecake Factory after all.we got 2 to share and it was amazing the best cheesecake I've ever had and I have had a few in my years. Back on the bus to do the park tour. This wound its way through the Golden Gate Park to the beach and back. The park looks beautiful with lots of families out enjoying some family time. We then walked ...
... and the sun was trying to poke through. While mum, dad and I were waiting outside for Ryan to get his coffee, I was getting colder and colder; I had to run back to the motel and put my thermals on - they reckon it was 23 degrees Celsius, but I highly doubt that! We walked the 2 blocks to Union square and waited for the 10:00 am tour bus for Golden Gate Park & beaches. It was a nice tour, but even though it was 'hop on/off', the next tour bus was 2 ...
... We took some photos, walked around, and then headed into the heart of the mission to learn more of its history. A highlight of the Mission district: the amount of murals and street art. It is beyond stunning, particularly the gigantic mural covering the Women’s Building. It took (I think) something like two years to complete, and all the women who painted it together are still best buds, getting together at least once a month.
... was strange. It had nice kitchen sinks with sprayer hoses which was good for washing bottles. It really was unlike most places. Andrew and I admired many photos of fish caught by guests. We were only a few blocks from the harbor so it makes sense it's a common sportsman campground. There was even a business that operates around here that those guys might be into. You rent an RV trailer and they park it wherever you ask. We drove into town and caught the ...