San Francisco-Days Inn Novato
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... this was an obvious answer, instead she wanted me to order it like a steak?! Medium, easy ( plus a million other options iv forgotten already!) I've heard people in films order over easy, so I went for this option. She helped me by describing how this would look. We decided (between us-yes, it was quite the task!) that over easy was right, until she said, how do you want your white? Cooked? (er, yes please!) so, we went for over medium. It was good. ...
... well priced so we booked in with enterprise to hire a car. Once arrived we grabbed a taxi to enterprise to see about getting a car they only had a fairly big family car which we could have we decided to take it as the lady was kind and gave us a deal so it was a cheap as getting a smaller car. We were set and guna brave the hour drive to our hostel. Adam designated driver as I didn't feel comfortable driving such a big car. The drive went smoothly and we arrived around 4pm at our Yosemite ...
... of the coastal cliffs are seen around every curve. We stopped in the town of Stinson Beach for a walk on the beach, this is one of the few towns in northern California that have an actual sandy beach. Because of the brisk wind off the Pacific we were wearing jeans and sweat shirts, but because it was a sunny day there were many young people on the beach sunbathing or playing volley ball in bathing suits, I guess it is all what you get used to.
... where we watched the Sea Lions at Pier 39, they have taken over part of the marina area, and because they are a protected species they are free to do whatever they want, luckily they are only in a small section of the marina. We watched them for about a half hour, doing whatever it is that sea lions do.
Before returning to the camper we had a wonderful fish dinner at “Lou’s”, a restaurant on Fisherman’s Warf.
... 30 to 40 feet high, that lasts for about 10 minutes, there
had to be tremendous pressure that propelled the water that high and for so
long. We then headed back to the camper;
the ride was through mile after mile of vineyards on both sides of the road, up
the sides of the hills and filling the valley.
It seemed as though every square foot of available space was planted
with grape vines, and the views were fantastic.