Courtyard by Marriott Larkspur Landing San Francisco Bay Area
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... is doing its job to prevent upsetting children.
On the cycle there was a decent climb up to a great viewpoint with San Francisco sitting behind the bridge. We had lunch at the top. We then rode a loop through a rural area (which was completely different to the cities and desert that we had seen previously) and then came back over the bridge. On the way back we stopped at Safeway for supplies. I stayed outside with the bikes so we didn't need to lock them ...
... nice - the smaller one was sweeter. We headed out for a walk and came across a vendor on the sidewalk selling a local Spanish specialty - Churro Spanish donuts like a wide pencil rather than round.
Once on board the Californian Hornblower we settled in for the night of food, drink and fireworks. There was quite a mixture of passengers on board - some quite dressed up and some just ready for a night ...
... when you cross the street. ("Clacking" is not Chinese for "cracking" by the way!). To me that is the sound it makes. The cable is moving at about 9.6 miles per hour, and the car grips onto this and is pulled along. The man operating the car is called .......what do you think.....a "gripman". He has a couple of big levers amidships which he operates - back or forward for the brakes, and the other one is a gripper. (Wonder ...
... br> T returned and we popped out for sushi again.
Soon it was time to arrange a ride to SFO and direct flight it back to YEG.
Great trip, good company, beautiful country, entertaining Fasnacht experience, warmer weather than YEG, lots of food => but fewer food pictures, met lots of wonderful people.
Looking forward to the next adventure.
But first, home to download photos and maybe do a quick Swiss travel blog. Oh wait. Done! :)
Since our last report we have done a lot
Rested & restored we hit the Cable Cars early, enjoying the sights of Lombard St the crookedest street in the word, with eight sharp turns on a 40-degree slope. The pretty Zig Zag St is edged with flowers and shrubs and offers nice views of the bay. Then it was back down to Fisherman's wharf for another stroll embracing the manic conundrum of the loud ...