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Hello from San Francisco.... OMG one amazing city!!!
After a long long journey about 10 hours arrived in this gorgeous city and the first view is The Golden Gate Bridge.... it's huge and as stunning as I imagined it to be....
I walked across the bridge... it was so windy but breath-taking!
A quick tour of the city and a …
... a faux-French Chateau built both as a war memorial and an art gallery. One of the three castings of Rodin's The Thinker was in the courtyard - and Robyn with her Australian sense of humour thought it would be funny to photograph the "nasty crack" at the back of the statue - made funnier by the signature on the right cheek - A. Rudier.
Land's End was a sea of sand dunes when Europeans arrived, but at the end of the 19th Century a sugar ...
... a couple nights on the way to San Francisco in a place called San Jose. It was a lovely big house with a hot tub, swimming pool and we were sleeping in the cocktail tiki room. The man we stayed with was lovely, he was into the technical business so managed to learn a lot from him, he was also a cocktail connoisseur which was just perfect. He made a few whisky cocktails and introduced us to his friends who were round for drinks also. It was great to chat ...
... the trek up ever harder! Summer in SF is often quite cool and foggy. Lombard street is also known as the "crooked" street – very cute but I wouldn’t like living there with all the tourists snapping pictures and cars lined up to drive through. Walking back down the street was almost as treacherous as my shoes didn’t have enough grip and kept slipping! We walked over to Fisherman’s Warf (very touristy) before heading to Pier 39 to have a look ...
... Yeah yeah, sure. He’s never hit one in the major leagues. Next minute - boom. Home run to centre, and the place erupted. At the end of the inning, the guy who hit the home run (Kelby Tomlinson for those keeping score) came out to a standing ovation, and he didn’t know what to do! That was pretty much; the Giants were 9-1 winners in the end - oh by the way, Bumgarner dominated the Cubs after the opening blip - but the whole experience was everything I could’ve hoped ...