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The boys wanted to eat in a traditional American diner, with shiny red seats! We found one just off Union Square called, Lori's. Great burgers and fries all round.
Packing tonight in readiness for our four hour drive into Yosemite tomorrow.
What a fantastic city, a league of nations and cultures in one very hilly place, shabby chic with attitude. We will return.
... s so cold but they must be locals and are acclimatised. The walk to the bridge is about 3 miles (about 5 kms). You walk through parks, on the beach, uphills to get to the bridge. San Fran also seems like a healthy city, lots of people running or walking. There are even fitness courses in the parks along the way. It's really lovely. Must do if you are here. There are lots of view points along the way.
We were so lucky with the clear blue skies today. I ...
... where we would spend our Saturday!
We were looking forward to seeing our friends Sue & Larry, Vickie & Doug, and Linda & Scott at Linda & Scott's house on the first Monday night were were here, and from there we hoped to do some recon of San Francisco, in preparation for our days there with Zach (who was scheduld to arrive on June 6th).
... to join him, he bit them and chased them off back into the water. There was no way he was sharing a jetty with anyone else, thank you very much. They were great entertainment and we watched them for some time, before wandering back to find the car, which we had parked in one of the residential streets not far away. The next excitement was to drive the streets of the city and see some of the famous painted ladies: the wonderful painted houses which line the steep ...
... that I noticed was the population of homeless people around the city. It's crazy just how many there are roaming through the streets or passed out on the sidewalk. To me it was daunting at first, especially being on my own but when I was in New York I mastered the art of ignoring people getting in your face and begging. I arrived at my destination and waited for the food tour to start. Turns out its common to do this thing in groups so the others were all above 40 years ...