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... A bite to eat at Wipeout was some of the best burgers we'd had. We are slowly getting used to the tipping thing over here and decided that the food is so cheap and the service amazing (in every place except where we went to dinner tonight! that's the exception to the rule), that we don't actually mind! A literal sprint through the Aquarium of the Bay followed watching an acrobatics act on Pier 41. The aquarium was a bit of a let down. Not as ...
... maps and brochures.
Then our first activity was getting the famous cable car from the city centre to Fisherman's Wharf. And it really is as much fun as it appears in all the films it has featured in. To be honest we had thought that all cable cars were little boxes hauled up in the air on very fragile looking cables but now know that that is only mountain cable cars. San Francisco cable cars are just like antiquated trams.
It’s impossible to get tea in San Francisco. Loads of places have Teas. You can get Green, Red, Purple and White Teas. You can get Oolong, Jasmin and Tibetan Teas. You can get sublime mint Teas picked by the delicate hands of Japanese virgins by the light of the summer moon. But ask for just tea and you get a strange look and a plethora of options. “No I just want normal tea. Breakfast tea. Please.” Nope. Not an option.
Take the place we had breakfast in this ...
Heard the famous sea lions of Pier 39 long before we saw them this morning. Quite a sight to see them all basking in early morning sun on the floating pontoons. Amusing to watch them jostle for positions, must be some sort of pecking order and guard duties as several seemed to stop newcomers getting onto a pontoon by pushing them off as they jumped on. Cameron was very taken with ...
... feel clean again!!! Next up was San Fransisco for a few days before heading back into the wilderness at the redwood forrest. SF is VERY expensive - we paid $120 for a 2 star hotel which was more like a private backpackers. None the less, we were both delighted to be in SF and both immediately fell in love with it. Now this is a place where we had to watch our backs, one wrong turn down a street and you suddenly felt unsafe, so we soon learnt where and when to walk. The ...
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