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San Francisco was more slow-paced (or at least the parts that we saw were) than New York. Of course, there weren't much to see compared to New York but it has its own charms.
The Golden Gate bridge which cannot seem to avoid any involvement in films
Palace of fine arts
Cable car museum
Lombard Street - not the steepest street …
We cleverly found the right bus to get us back to the De Young Museum, where we were to meet daughter of former colleague, and former colleague, Mary, who'd been in San Francisco with her husband for over three years and had a young daughter, Audrey.
The problem was that we were meant to meet her at three, Jonathan thought three thirty, and the coffee shop we were meant to meet her at was closed.
... of grocery items and headed back to the apartment.
Tonight I went to the Balboa Café Bar & Grill the other favourite haunt last time I was here.
It had changed slightly more than Perry's - with the majority of the area now a restaurant.
Sat at the bar, had a lovely Roast Chicken dinner and a glass of Nappa Valley Red while watching the baseball on TV, between chatting with the barman.
So we hit up the coast mid way through Oregon to our trek down to San Francisco to pick up an extra passenger on our adventure.Many guides recommend the section between Coos Bay and Brookings as one of the most beautiful sections to visit. First stop on the visit was the lovely coastal village of Brandon. We had the local speciality of crab in a sandwich for dinner before admiring their lovely seafront and saying hi to the local seals. With night setting in we found ...
... went home tired and elated with some great pics and great memories.
Time for a laptop movie - a bit of Clint and “Escape from Alcatraz” I think.
Our second day in San Fran we walked down along the old Fisherman’s Wharf and hired bikes there - we cycled along the Bay front and Park, and up over the Golden Gate Bridge in the sunshine stopping lots for photos, then we whizzed down the hill to super cool Sausolito (Fleetwood Mac ...