Comfort Inn Half Moon Bay
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... The kids played for almost 30 minutes BY THEMSELVES! Paul and I were able to walk quietly along the beach, enjoying the time to have some adult conversation, which can be difficult to find these days. We moved back to Moss Beach and enjoyed a great lunch with our friends. The restaurant is supposedly haunted but we didn't see the ghost of the Blue Lady. JB and Reika then lead us into a nearby cypress grove, on our way to the JV Fitzgerald Marine Reserve. We were there ...
... has lead to the area being saturated with mindless 'stuff' to satisfy Joe Tourist's short attention span. From endless t-shirt vendors to irrelevant sideshows, the streets and sidewalks are heaving - and this is outside the nominal tourist season. One would hope that Joe Tourist might find the suffocating gimmicks distasteful if not offensive, since most of them have no root in San Francisco, but it doesn't seem to be the case. There's even a Madame ...
As we had a late flight ( Check in at 6.30pm ) we were keeping one of the rooms so we could freshen up before departure. Myra & Rose picked us up at 10am to head over to Oakland. This time going over the new Oakland Bridge, which we had seen all lit up the previous night. Oakland (chk) was a neat town it seemed classic American - wide streets, houses with yards, clean and tidy.
After sone successful shopping by all four ladies it was time to head for ...
... than thee colours.
They are indicative of many of the homes around the area we are in. People have taken great pride in their homes and spruced them up to be show pieces. The downside was that the special ones had scaffolding and netting around them.
We then took a trip back to the 60's with a walk along the length of Haight Street to Ashbury Street, the enclave of the hippy area. It still remains so and in fact there are people ...
... commentary was drowned by the noise of the engines and passengers, but it didn't matter anyway as we couldn't see anything much past the rain.
The aquarium is fun. The have some river otters that can do tricks on command.
We went to the Legion of Honor and the De Young Gallery. The Legion of Honor was pretty amazing. Lots of works from Rodin, there was a special exhibition ...