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Lori and I had a wonderful, smooth flight into San Francisco thanks to Southwest (and their free Dish TV)! Flying across 3 time zones allowed us 3 extra hours of exploration time. After a bit of hassle from the rental car place, we were off to roam the bay (thank goodness I remembered a jacket - BRRR!) First stop...Fisherman's Wharf for some lunch! We ate at the Fog Harbor Fish House and we both ordered the clam chowder in ...
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... the same little airport and catch a shuttle to my hotel which I am grateful to find is a comfortable, air conditioned business chain I recognized.
When I ask for a cab to the airport the next morning, the helpful staff say “please, let us take you in our golf cart”....with much trepidation I agree...they take me thru a long tiled corridor that opens into a beautiful modern airport - glass ceilings, high-end duty free, ...
... in San Francisco. It's last life was working in Alaska in support of the fishing industry. After the world of sail, and the early days of boat travel, we then explored a WWII submarine. The only thing really in common with the other sailing craft was the cramped quarters. The SS Pampanito. The 5 of us could barely fit in some of the spaces, and getting through the doorways was hard, so I ...
... dinner before heading off to find a bar with music.
Walking around this area was interesting as you had a mix of bars and restaurants as well as strip clubs, some of which are the oldest in the world.
We found a bar that had a Jaz/Blues band playing some great music to a small crowd of about 30 people. After a couple of drinks it was time to call it a day as it had been a long day and tomorrow we had the long drive to Morro Bay.