Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
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... Lombard St, it's steep, and also known as the crookedest street in the world. I've completed the worlds steepest street and now the worlds crookedest street, not bad for a hobbit sized human! :) We also wandered through China Town, saw a lady steal from a store and get chased down. There's also an Italian Town - bit odd but the bread looked amazing, I also learnt today that pigeons have really pink feet - it's odd. It doesn't sound like we did much ...
... of artichoke fields, this being California's vegetable. The flat areas are obviously very fertile with rich soil - this sometimes covered in huge acreage by plastic sheeting with holes for the crops. The journey around Santa Cruz was urban highway but the route returned to beauty by the time we reached Carmel - once home to Bing Crosby and 1986-88 Clint Eastwood was mayor here. This wealthy enclave is a real beauty with a scenic coast, tree-lined roads, no street lights and ...
... had a light evening meal. Walked a block with conjested streets so took the underground fast train back to our B&B.
A couple of thins we notice:
Handicapped people are well catered for on transport such as trams, Drivers stop, put out access ramps (no rush) and make sure people move aside to make room.
Buses, trams, and trains have seats near doors for handicapped and ...
... up and down hills totaling ‘many’ miles. Anna was a trooper and only got off to walk the bike twice. There were some incredible views as the pictures show and we even found some good quality surf off Ocean Beach, which we will have to return to someday. We cycled through Golden Gate Park, which is said to be larger than Central Park in NYC (bus driver, TBC). We returned the bikes thoroughly exhausted but satisfied with our efforts and made ...
... I do not intend that as a compliment, especially as I thought burgers were all Americans ate. The kung pow chicken one of my lunch companions had didn't get a much better review, and I can't even think of an appropriate adjective to describe our desserts. Insipid is suggesting itself to me though.
Perhaps Amtrak should take a field trip on a VIA Rail train, and just try the food the sleeping car passengers get. Did you know they have chefs on board? Real live chefs, who ...