Diablo Mountain Inn
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... board one) and continued on to the Subway station. We learned on the way down that a cable had snapped and we could not go all the way to the subway station. However they did have a shuttle bus that took us the rest of the way.
Maureen and I ended up at Lefty O'Doul's pub for a drink. Lefty was a famous San Francisco born baseball player who played for the Red Sox in the 1920's and 30's. ...
As we'd ended up staying inland and not gone back towards the coast, we decided what the hell, let's get to San Francisco today. This would mean we'd have an extra day to spend with Cei and Eve, who were over from Cambridge, visiting Martin and Rachel. As we headed towards San Raphael, it was noticeably busier and due to the number of traffic lights and navigational challenges, a very stop-start journey. Today was the day when we finally received ...
... memory. My favorite was a rock that said ‘It was a drive by fruiting’! Absolutely cracked me up remembering that scene in the movie.
This was our last stop in the city for the day so we made our way back over the bridge but veered off course to check out a town called Sausalito, which I had seen mentioned a few times. The town was right up my alley, very olde-worlde and loads of individual interesting shops. It was the end of the day and everything was ...
... town full of beautiful, extremely expensive houses ("several million dollars plus a kidney") where we took the ferry back to SF. Monday was a day off and we decided to take a day off from walking as well. We semi failed, visiting the Berkeley campus and walking many miles trying to find a winery that was open in Oakland. Since not only wineries turned out to be closed but also the restaurants that Michael had in mind for dinner, ...
Back outside we walked the piers looking for wildlife. June is the off season for viewing the sea lions. They swim north to mate this season. One lone guy didn't get the memo.
Tonight the kids wanted sushi so they headed without us to the Firewood Cafe in the Castro District. My hubby and I had a great meal at Fly Bar a few blocks away.