Hampton Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... for their pillows and we headed back to the Andrews, via a dodgy area including some seriously bad smells and characters, Stopping off for a lovely hot chocolate at Union Square.
Rested & restored we hit the Cable Cars early, enjoying the sights of Lombard St the crookedest street in the word, with eight sharp turns on a 40-degree slope. The pretty Zig Zag St is edged with flowers and shrubs ...
... getting on at a time, we decide to walk it. Second ferry missed. It's a long old walk and we are pretty shattered by now. We really need to get on the next ferry, so Rich motors ahead to check if our tickets from this morning are single or return in case we need to buy more. Emma and Taya arrive with minutes to spare. The guy says return but the tickets are rejected. The other guy says they are singles! We make the third ferry, with a minute to spare. No seats anywhere, and those with ...
... One minute the sky was blue and the AC was up to 12, the next everything was sombre, and clouds had descended so we could barely see 10 ft down the road. Upon arrival, we could hear the sea, 30 feet below us, but we couldn't see it. It was fairly surreal. The plunging temperature meant that we ran the 1.5 miles to the lighthouse from the car park, took a quick stroll around it, since it was closed, and then ran back.
More riding...I'm glad this is the last travel day for now.
We spent more time in the Redwood Forest. I've found that things are never the
way you picture them, and this is no exception. I had a vision of a forest
consisting of widely spaced trees and a road meandering through it.
Occasionally the road would cut through the trunk of the tree because it was
easier than other options. The truth is that the forest is densly packed with
trees, and there are only ...
... a tram to Fisherman's Wharf then caught a bus to Coit's Tower. Roy got some good shots from there. It is up on Telegraph Hill and can be seen from a long way away - we could see it from the ferry terminal. Telegraph Hill was originally set up as a signal tower so people could be notified when ships were arriving. Coit Tower was built on Telegraph Hill in 1933. It stands 250 tall and was paid for with a bequest ...