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Today was the Trip to the Golden Gate Bridge on our schedule. We catched one of the rare parking spots there and shot a few pictures. After that we drove once over the bridge and back, one thing more we can delete from our list. Later we went for a round of bowling. Sadly we had no camera with us and so there's no visual proof of the trick shot Dario did. From Gutterball to ...
Enjoying our last day in the beautiful "City By The Bay."
Yesterday was a full day with a few hours spent down at the farmers market where we saw more fruits, vegetables, and different kinds of foods than you can imagine. The fresh fruits available for sampling were unbelievably sweet and fresh. If you've visited SF before, you know how interesting it can be just to "people watch" as well. Deena observed some new "sights" she had never ...
... settled in a spot on the lake with a cold beer and lunch. It was such a relaxing morning and Alan showed us the tricks of casting for and catching fish. I would like to say we landed some huge fish but they just wouldn't bite! I can see why Alan loves being out on the water because it is such a brilliant way to de-stress and have fun. I know we were so grateful to be given the opportunity to enjoy such a fantastic day. That night we went back to Herb and Veronica's for our last dinner ...
... as you are reasonably safe but you still see all the crazy happenings; Right to get the day started... we are now quite at home at our hotel we go down to breakfast where you either mix with the other guests or you sit back and think 'thank god I am not sitting with them'. There is a good mix,.some loud,quiet,annoying,funny,stupid,intere sting or not and they come from all around the world, we meet a group of Russian guys that could only relate to New ...
... was actually disappointing with the Warriors throwing in the towel during the third but seeing these guys was sick), walking up Lombard street which is the steepest and most famous street in San Fran, visiting Coit Tower which has 360 degree views of the city and walking up and down Fisherman's Wharf, most notable pier 39 which bizarrely plays home to about 300 Sea Lions.
Our final outing was something that I have wanted to do for a long time and it did ...
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