Crowne Plaza Foster City - San Mateo
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... you about the opening act, she got us wound up, the judge and Betty who likes to get sweaty, Williams plague experience and my heart attack because of the nurse, the visit to the psycho of Alcatraz, the boat trip, Will and his run in with the working girls at the saloon. It was never so much fun to be so constantly terrified. We then walked all the way from Fishermans Wharf back to our ...
... and beer. Ate them on a boat, and went on a fabulous trip round the bay, went under Golden Gate Bridge, saw dolphins and sea lions, was a wonderful 1 1/2 hr boat ride in lovely sun. Then caught tram back up nob hill, when a car jumped the lights, tram had to do emergency stop to avoid crash-and dropped the cable, driver slammed on brakes, practically knocking over a ...
... drop on one side it was much more scary than Tioga Pass! Josh did a commendable job. We hit very little traffic coming into SF, luckily, as we could see the peak hour flow going in the opposite direction - that would suck! When we hit the bay bridge we got a spectacular view of the City, in the late afternoon sun, including the Golden Gate in all it's glory. We checked into our hotel in Union Square, showered and headed out for some food (Japanese) and then bed! Tomorrow we hit the ...
Had a lie in, got up 6:20 got the shuttle to the train station & 20 min later standing in union square san francisco. Got on cable car towards Fishermans Wharf, $6 ride, but great views. Had brekkie in pats cafe at the end of cable line. Lot of money for little food but the coffee mugs made up for it.
Had phone call relating to shipment of golf clubs, lads in panic mode, me & kay cudn't care less. Once they got that sorted we went ...
... the 'windiest street in the world' which switchbacks down the steep Russian Hill. As we walked down Lombard Steet (not the winding bit) a local recommended the best Gelaterio in Little Italy, so we headed off there and sat on the bench outside the shop enjoying what were very good ice creams in the warm sunlight. It was a truely beautiful day in San Francisco...clear skies and warm with no sign of the cold sea mist that so often ...