Courtyard by Marriott Novato Marin/Sonoma
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... we made a 5 minute drive to Chinatown. Ate lunch in a noodle joint there, it was ok. We walked around Chinatown and of course went on the hunt for an egg tart. I think Chinese bakeries are becoming a thing of the past. The bakery Marcus usually goes to was closed and we never did find an egg tart! I was surprised to learn that San Francisco is a smaller city than Calgary! Only about 860,000 people. We made it back ...
... us through typical San Francisco streets which the kids enjoyed seeing. Some of the hills really were incredibly steep and just as you see them in the movies!
Janie is one of Peter's work colleagues who's on the Board and who used to be head of Levi's jeans in UK and Ireland. She is a native San Franciscan and owns the most ...
... we went for lunch at a cool surfer bar on Pier 39. It was the first time we had really seen the touristy part of San Francisco and it was really nice! I think the sun helps :) Chris managed to get his 49ers shirt too which he's chuffed with :D Owen and Chris went on the carousel on the pier too. We took a slow walk back to go swimming at the hotel, which unfortunately didn't happen as the pool was ...
15 minutes later back on Another old tram a few stops down Market street and I found Williams & Sonoma. I Think we spent an hour in there looking, testing and tasting, we almost purchased a big bowl but we thought that it might have become a bit tricky to get it back in one piece. My old Lumix had to be replaced and we got one for a decent price and a ...
... on every street corner there is a homeless person shouting about Jesus and drinking from a Starbucks cup. After our trip to Pacific Bicycles, we were ready for lunch so we hiked back to Chinatown. We took a leisurely stroll through Chinatown - mostly the same the world over but this one is even more scenic, with the lanterns and decorative street lamps. We stopped at Yan's Kitchen on Columbus for some lunch, great food and all for less than $20 perfect (thanks for the ...