Extended Stay America - Richmond - Hilltop Mall
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... our final morning. We didn't have to worry about anything in the world in those few minutes. Just feel the breeze, and soak up some last minute Puerto Rican views. After a quick breakfast we headed to the airport. The plane rides home were good. Not too long when you can read and sleep. Mariah and I switched seats during the last flight so I finally got my window seat. Boy did ...
... capitalised for effect). As a place, it's a vibrant and interesting enclave nestled amongst the financial districts of SF and well worth a visit. On the flip side, don't bother with the Embarcadero Centre (a very dull collection of shops and restaurants) but head straight to the old Ferry Building, which gives you fantastic views over the bay and the Bay ...
... nights sleep! We had to be outside to meet the tour bus at 7:55, which didn't turn up til 8:45 but it was a nice morning we waited outside. We got on the bus which had no windows - and by this point was freezing - and drove 45 minutes to their tour offices where we picked up our tickets for muir woods. We then get on another bus and headed over the Golden Gate Bridge, to Muir woods - which was so pretty! We walked around one of the ...
San Francisco: 37.8° S, 122.4° W; 12°C (54°F)
Our voyage back to Tierra del Fuego did not take us across the Drake Lake, but also did not force us to endure the Drake Shake either. We had good swells; anti-nausea patches bloomed en masse, but fortunately I was fine without one. Shirley and I channeled Christmas one sea-day and worked on a two-pieces-missing puzzle of Emperor penguins.
Before we ...
... around these crazy windy mountain roads and it was like New Zealand all over again. Made me feel so sick! We stopped at Muir Beach lookout first and walked out to the edge of the cliffs for a fantastic view of the coastline. There was a little deer camouflaged deep in the shrubs, grazing on the vast amount of greens around.
Next was Stinson beach, which was a long sandy point that curved out into the ocean, lined with a few residential properties and beach shacks. It was a ...