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Today we drove the scenic coastal route down to Monterey, stopping off at different places along the way. We started at Half Moon Beach, and continued south along the coast. Monterey Bay Was an old sardine fishing port but now tourist attraction. We walked through the village area, the main area is Cannery Row, full of the usual tourist attractions. We continued along coastal drive to Carmel. Saw a plaque in memory of John ...
Quick lunch stop on treasure island and we crossed the bay bridge to San Fran. We had two days in San Francisco so after checking in to the hostel and a quick tour of the city we got ready for a sunset cruise in the harbour. This was hilarious as it was a bit more 'wild seas' than relaxing sailing, plus there were wicked views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Then we ...
... statues and animals in his park and would often plant trees etc around statues so they could not be seen. He was given a statue of himself for one of his birthdays much to his disgust. He actually hid it away behind his garage. It was discovered three years after his death and now stands in a space in the park. Golden Gate park is bigger than Central Park in New York City in size but receives less visitors over a year. It is also the location of Hippie ...
... only this but because he was worried about some of the people on the street at night, every time he saw someone he would run away as fast as he could. He also got home about 6am with an unopened bottle of vodka in hand for some reason which I assume he stole (he definitely didn't but it makes for better reading). Now for those of you who know Cort close your eyes and imagine him running around in a city he doesn't know, up and down hills, in the wrong direction and ...
According to my 'fitbit' I have climbed 89 floors which is the equivalent of the Transamerica Pyramid! Quite a feat, and I am pleased as that is helping me burn off the martinis. With the sugar nazi travelling with us, so far the food is pretty much in check and we are sticking to breakfast and dinner. After a great sleep in on Monday morning, we decided to head out for breakfast at Blue Bottle Coffee just near Mission Street. It was sensational and great ...
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