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... nicer than the Houston Zoo, and had tons of playgrounds, a train, and carousel, as well as wider range of animals, probably because the San Francisco climate is much nicer than the Houston one.
On the way from the zoo, we stopped by a random beach just so we could claim we touched the Pacific Ocean, for the record, it was FREEZING COLD, and then we were off.
We went on a wild goose chase to find a Starbucks "You ...
... pizza with fresh mozzarella, which was $13. It was very good and there was plenty to share with Donald.
Of course, right after we risked life and limb making a left turn out of the restaurant into traffic, we saw two places which would have matched our style better. One was named "Mustard's". The other was a road-side drive-in where the locals go. We never made it back to either of them.
The drive to our ...
Christmas Day was not too early a start and Santa had managed to find his way to us. He seemed to know that not all kids in the world had already done and experienced everything our girls had done in recent weeks and so bought a few small things for each of them and some vouchers to spend back in Australia to buy something that was on their list but not really suitable for travelling in suitcases!
We hadn't told the girls of our ...
... one puts it down to experience but not one I ever wish to repeat.
Mondays free hostel walking tour was superb. Nataleee with the pink hair gave us a real insight into the areas of Union Square,China Town and the North Beach and pier area. I enjoyed the insights,backstreets and tales and again took a billion photos. Having cracked the transport system I spent the afternoon at the Botanical Gardens and the Japanese garden. Lunch was a samosa from a truck whilst ...
... of them. An hour later, we headed back to the tram stop, and waited for the next one. We waited....and waited...and waited. Finally, one came and it was standing room only, as well as picking more and more people up along the way. I couldn't see out to catch the street names it was so packed. Luckily someone shouted out our street and we were back on familiar territory. We breathed a sigh of relief and strode to the hotel at pace. Mike got a ...