Hotel Adagio, Autograph Collection
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Another massive breakfast (!) and a walk to Union Square. We waited for the tour bus for 25 mins and it the arrived full - grrrrrr. But the silver lining was the timely arrival of a free shuttle to Fisherman's Wharf on a converted cable car! We hopped on and on the journey we saw China Town and North Beach (Italian neighbourhood).
Due to …
We were all awake by 5am (!).
Breakfast included chocolate pancakes for Thomas and huge platefuls of scrambled eggs and spicy fried potatoes, sausages and bacon setting us up for the day.
We got on a cable car at Union Square and the boys sat on the open air seats whilst Ian and I got to hang on to the outside poles for a great …
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