Courtyard by Marriott Larkspur Landing San Francisco Bay Area
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... got there we were blown away with the people! Everywhere! It was really hard to ride the first half because there were so many pedestrians. I hardly got to look around because I was worried I would run someone over. We stopped half way and admired the bridge and the view and even spotted a seal swimming below. The bridge is currently undergoing seismic strengthening so there were a lot of workers on it.
Once over the bridge, we headed down the hill into ...
... the bridge, we headed into the huge Golden Gate Recreational Reserve, the largest urban park in the US. We met some very friendly park rangers at the visitor centre who gave us the inside on where to go and what to see. First stop was the Marine Mammal Center, a rescue centre for sick and injured mammals. They mostly cater for seals and sea lions. It was interesting to learn about what the dedicated group of ...
... the way ( too cold to get out). We drove some more, took photos and drove some more again. Once we'd had enough we decided to head back to the city. Again stopping at more points near the Golden Gate to take some amazing photos. We found our hotel, which was luxury compared to what we'd previously been staying in, although tiny! We basically just crashed but then realised we hadn't eaten since breakky so off to ...
... underground brothel’s, gambling parlours, and of course the poor sailors who seem to be easy prey for desperate sea captains. This is one of my favourite historical discoveries of the trip so far, and the birth of one of my favourite words. Apparently, sailors in early San Francisco would often find themselves being “Shanghaied”, an interesting yet horrible process of forcing sailor to serve on vessels for up to two years. A ...
... for some sort of wildlife but couldn’t spot anything. Anything alive would have probably been hidden deep under the surface to keep cool from the blazing sun. The landscape reminded us a lot of the outback, the centre of Australia. The big differences were the flora and that the sand colour in Australia is red.
While we were driving through we saw a lookout point that overlooked quite a bit of the valley. We stopped over and took a look around. While we were there ...