Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Richmond/Berkeley
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... better light tomorrow. I was keen to get home because the light was fading and you never know if zombies are about. To top the day off we had a lovely vegetarian meal at Nature Vegetarian Restaurant. I LOVED the pumpkin, taro curry and Ray his Singapore noodles. Eating soup-like curry with chopsticks created new designs on my white t-shirt. I am now thinking it is "time for bed" and I wonder how Scooby is faring. How many times can you see the word "accident/al" in this post? ...
... at the new cruise terminal at pier 27, unfortunately from here there is only a distant view of the Golden Gate Bridge but we are close to the Bay Bridge. We are going to Alcatraz and Sausalito with a ship's tour. We get on a coach to drive maybe a 100 yards to the Alcatraz ferry and after a short wait head off for the 15 minute ride across to the island where the prison was situated. A bonus is the extremely fast wifi on the ferry so we can ...
... arrived in SF at 4:15 Pacific Time (7:15 our body time). The plane was continuing on to Atlanta and the passengers who were going on that trip were way behind schedule too, so the plane was very quickly unloaded and we got our luggage and were out on the street looking for a shuttle van in record time. We got a van with five others. Three were from different areas of SF so we got to see some neighborhoods we ...
... beasts in his head and cursing madly every time he swiped and missed.
In the side streets of Little Italy we found Caffe Trieste where Francis Ford Coppola penned notes for what would become the script for "The Godfather." The Trieste is about as Beat as you're ever gonna get in this borough of subterranean culture. Musos, writers, almost-would-be-something-or-others all congregate here to simultaneously infuse and suck the marrow from the bones of the walls ...
I was pretty daunted by the idea of the walk home, but I could see a second 25,000 step day, so I headed out. I walked through some of the beautiful cultural area, old City Hall, the SF Opera, and then walked through downtown (I was too tired to stop at Nordstrom!) and made my way to North Beach. I stopped at a cute vegan restaurant for some lentil soup and a mini bran muffin.
Brady came in and we walked to the French bistro I had seen ...