San Francisco-Days Inn Novato
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... on to the trolley car to visit the place where San Francisco was founded, Mission Dolores. The original church still stands (built in 1782) and is a beautiful stucco building built in the mexican adobe style. Behind the church is a small, old, well cared for cemetery with many headstones dating back to the early days of the church.
Stayed in to see the Giants win the final game of the series to take "The World Series" for the 3rd time in 5 years. ...
... required and as we were checking our beloved map app, we were joined by a member of the Highway Patrol. Someone had spotted two lost bicycling sheep on the 101 and had called it in. The officer was perfectly friendly and he got out his phone to work out a route for us. He informed us that cyclists aren't allowed on freeways in California, which is incorrect as we had used these with bike routes signed only a few days earlier. After initially querying this statement, we ...
Our first full day in San Francisco got us up early as we wanted to get down to Fisherman's Wharf to pick up our city tour bus tickets and our Alcatraz tickets for the afternoon. First things first though, we went for a slap up breakfast at Tads. We went the couple of blocks to Powell St and hopped on the iconic old tram that rattles it's way up the steep streets of San Francisco and down again to the docks. Mike and I were hanging out one side and the ...
... took us to a bar near their hostel which they assured us was
open but wasn’t so we went into some tiki lounge and got a huge cocktail
between us and from here I was pretty ruined. I think I was probably doing my
Irish accent and saying “I have no willy” which tends to happen whenever I meet
Irish people and I’ve had a drink.
After the bar closed we went to their hostel which had a
huge hall ...
... lunch in the USA - another famous culinary delight
the Cheesecake Factory wow see www.thecheesecakefactory.com. The menu had 21 pages of food & drink. The waitress warned us the portions were large - they were Lonestar large! It was obviously a restaurant with great standards as they had two NZ Sauvignon Blanc's on the wine list! After our lunch, Myra dropped us to the hotel for final preparations. Myra and Rose were amazing with all that they did ...