Stone Villa Inn San Mateo - San Francisco SFO
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... double decker bus!
The wind sure can blow, but it's off the ocean. But the view was well worth it.
Maybe we'll sail under it tomorrow!
Down we went through parts of China town and retraced our way through the business district to the pier. Pier 39 where we alighted.
We had a while yet to wait for Ben, so we strolled through the various pathways where there were numerous eateries, drinking holes, ...
... and cafés. Even the men in the shops had bright coloured trousers on! Haha. It was really nice though, and different. We then walked far to mrs. Doubtfire house; it was so sad! There was chalk writing on the floor in loving memory of him. The blinds were pulled for respect but I'm not sure if anyone lived there? It was 5pm and time to walk back to union square, we had to kill time for another 5 hours before heading to the bus station for the night bus. We both ...
... discussion about pruning of young trees and David & Michael stepped up and pruned a tree each whilst explaining to Erik why. Interesting exercise for everyone. Finally left there early afternoon and drove 40 minutes South to Williams where we were booked into Granzella's a very famous restaurant. Amazing place with a bar with stuffed animals or animal heads of almost all banned animals from around the world, restaurant and ...
... to the Chinese embassy to pick up my passport we had submitted the day before – there was no time to waste. As I stood in line with my backpack, (I had packed a full bag of activities – computer and books and other unnecessary heavy stuff because I thought I’d want it for the wait) I asked around to find out about the list from the night before. While I was asking around, a CKGS employee walked in and started to yell at the room full of people for ...
... nay and a bread bowl full of this hearty brew. It was quite cold down on the Warf as there is a cold wind that blows in from San Francisco Bay. The Warf was alive with people and activity including buskers and street performers. Tired from our early morning travel we caught a cable car back to the hotel to escape the cold wind and rest our weary legs.Dinner was very a very average Chinese meal in china town.
Awoke at nine and decided on brunch at 11.00am. Wandered down ...