Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Airport - San Bruno
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... out on the marina, famous in San Fran. 6pm we boarded the catamaran and set sail on out tour of San Fran. First stop was a circle loop of Alcatraz the old disbanded prison notorious for its high profile inmates such as Al Capone. It's a lot more smaller than I thought but really cool and just what I expected it to look like. The boat journey was really fun we got two drinks vouchers, took lots of pictures and had a good laugh and unfortunately ...
... for the Levis Strauss headquarters and Levis museum. This was really interesting and the shop was good too. We took taxis via Nob Hill to get to Levis. The houses on the hill were gorgeous with fantastic views.
We walked to the pier area and spent a few hours at Pier 39. Some great shops here selling everything from fresh fruit to leather handbags. The main attraction of Pier 39 are the seals who sun themselves on ...
... relatively early the next day to do it all again. Jim, the Fitch’s son had kindly offered to take us to another part of the Napa valley where there were even more wineries. Following lunch with Chuck and Marilyn at the Redwood forest, it was finally time to accumulate our purchases and determine what type of debt we were in.
No need for an alarm this morning - I was awake @ about 5 a.m. But that’s not too bad considering the 3 hour time difference from home. This morning we headed to the Rock….the infamous Alcatraz Prison! We hopped on a vintage streetcar and headed to Pier 33 where the ferry boats leave for Alcatraz. It was a beautiful blue sky day, but still glad I was wearing a jacket…it was a wee bit chilly! It’s all about the layers!!
... the bridge ride. We guessed it was 15 miles or so and it had several big hills. It was a nice ride by the bay and had lots of dog friendly parks. When we got to the bridge it was a huge pain to figure out which way to actually go to ride across it. As with anything government run it didn’t make any sense how they did it and the side bikes rode on and the other side that people walk on changed daily. So after riding around 20 mins ...