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... view of Alcatraz and the bay was spectacular and the calamari delicious.
Then it was back to public transport to get home. We had a choice of some cross town buses, or the cable car up to Chinatown and home that way.
After looking at the queue for the cable, we headed to the bus which would transfer us to a bus home.
But the second bus actually went to our part of town via the Presidio, and the Golden Gate Visitor Centre, so ...
... went to the trusty Starbucks which was my favourite reliable source in America. Even if they did call me Charles or Shawna every time I ordered a coffee from there. The day I was called Charles definitely gave me a complex, I said to Hannah. 'Do I actually look like a boy today??' There was a festival round the corner from the airbnb we were staying at the second part of the trip. Everyone was walking past the house in festival gear on. I was ...
... to Sea Ranch – their holiday house on the Sonoma coast. Sea Ranch is a little private, sustainable community where all the houses have to blend into the landscape and meet other strict requirements. http://archrecord.construction.com/feat ures/2015/1504-The-Sea-Ranch-at-50.asp On the way there we stopped at Point Reyes before continuing on to the Hog Island Oyster Farm in Marshall, on Tomales Bay for a picnic of cheese, pate, cured meats, bread, wine and ...
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... can spot the non-mirror option fairly easily but as time went on, we discovered rotating doors, dead ends, and we may have gotten a little lost. As you start concentrating more on how to get out, you concentrate less on looking for mirrors and can very quickly end up as a flat nose. It was also really cool to turn corner and then with each step in a straight line, you see a copy of yourselves walk across the path in front of you. Really good fun.