El Camino Inn
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... br> We tried to stop at the next place, Pfeiffer Beach, but the carpark was full down there and the rangers at the top were turning cars back.
It would be about a 40 minute walk down as well so we just kept driving, as we had a time limit to get to San Francisco and return the car.
We hit some more traffic around Monterey as we headed back towards the 101.
Once we were on there, it was quite an easy run with the traffic, and we actually made pretty good ...
... Lombard street to see the crookedest street in the world. The tour operator said people line up for 2 hrs just to drive down it in the summer! Back to Fisherman's wharf for a quick bite to eat and then we jumped on the. Night tour. The idea is to see the city lights but as it doesn't get dark until late we had to use our imagination. All in all a great Mother's Day ! ...
... So not exactly enticing to get off - lesson learnt when booking tours in future. We got a really good view from atop the bus anyway, and it was mostly just green space to look at - although still quite pretty. We saw; - the Japanese Tea Gardens - Botanical Gardens (they pronounce it beau-tanical), with the county's buffalo out and about too. - Golden Gate Park - bigger than Central Park though unlike NYC, it doesn't have the attractions within it, just green ...
... finally ended. We tipped our satisfaction, and Seb and I ended up going for lunch with J.Jo and a girl called Christina, who is good friends with him and has joined the tour several times. After debating over the too many good places from which to eat, we settled on a pie place a short Bart (light rail type train thing) ride away from our current location. We gorged ourselves on pot pies and talked everything and anything. I chatted more with ...
... on the south side of town just as it was opening. It's a place we've been before. It has really good grilled rockfish, which we filled our bellies with before hitting CA-1 southbound. We drove down to the beautiful Mendocino Headlands in the town of the same name. Mendocino, the town, is an old town, full of expensive real estate. They were having a music festival when we drove through. We admired the Victorian houses and the odd wooden water towers built ...