Motel 6 San Rafael
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Recently refurbished with well appointed rooms. friendly and helpful staff. Only 1 mile from Larkspur Ferry straigth into downtown San Francisco. A good place to stay.
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Had another great day. Walked to Pier 39 where we saw the seals then to Pier 33 for our Alcatraz tour which was very good. At the end of our tour we met Libby and Cathy at the pier. Returned to the mainland, had lunch at a seafood takeaway at Pier 39 and then went to the Cable Car terminus. Spent 40mins in queue before our Cable ...
... tons of sea glass wash up. It was about a city block from our hotel. We arrived to find the entire beach and all it's entrances blocked off with construction fence. Apparently, the entry path is under construction so they shut the entire beach down. On to stop number two. Breakfast!
I had read about a place for breakfast called "Eggheads", right on main street in Fort Bragg. It was very good and we had a really ...
... water with amazing views of Alcatraz. Had prosciutto, calamari, fillet Mignon and fries. The mashed potato was incredible. In fact it was all amazing. The hulkette had found another great place. Then we went o check out the sea lions, and on the tattoo parlour again. Locked in an appointment for tomorrow. Then wandered back home and packed and planned for tomorrow. Another amazing ...
... during World War II in Baltimore. It saw action in the Pacific theater and was distinguished with nine battle stars. It was attacked 59 times, but never seriously damaged.
The Hornet also was used during the Vietnam War. Later it was the carrier in the right area to pick up the astronauts from the first two moon landings. It was on the ...
... so we rode back through the park, past the Bison (!!!) and back into the Haight. I would have liked to have ridden a bit more, and chilled out more in the park, but a hungry stomach is a difficult thing to ignore. We returned the bikes after our two hour sojourn and then discovered a delicious Mediterranean place, where I had the most amazing falafel ever known to man. It was ...