Inn at Oyster Point
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... finally ended. We tipped our satisfaction, and Seb and I ended up going for lunch with J.Jo and a girl called Christina, who is good friends with him and has joined the tour several times. After debating over the too many good places from which to eat, we settled on a pie place a short Bart (light rail type train thing) ride away from our current location. We gorged ourselves on pot pies and talked everything and anything. I chatted more with ...
... temperature drop. By the time we got home it had dropped to 62 degrees. Thank the cold ocean current that surrounds our peninsula in the summer on three sides, cools us down and creates all those marvelous fogs. We don't know who said it, but it's a great line: "The coldest winter I ever spent, was a summer in San Francisco." No, it wasn't Mark Twain as legend has it.
The boys were ...
... were lucky to be close to the front of the line when our car came because we all got seats together on the outside of the car. Once we left the station we did not pick up any more passengers because we didn't have any empty spaces.
The ride ends at the wharf where we take off in search of breakfast. On the wharf itself most places are prepping for lunch and don't serve breakfast. We get a tip that there are a couple of places serving breakfast about ...
... for the bus) that today was cold. I (ER) had worn a skirt to cover my sunburnt thighs but EW was in shorts and it was very windy and very cold (by the looks of it it was much warmer in UK yesterday). We were going to visit golden gate park, too windy abandoned that idea went down Haight St aka hippy town. Had amazing vintage shops and a lot of clothes like those we saw in Thailand! EW bought an emergency long ...
... The one thing that stood out for me is the storey of being able to hear people celebrate news years eve in the harbour on fisherman's wharf while the prisoners were locked up. With the feeling of being cast out and alone at those times it is understandable why so many tried to escape. The fact a few of those that did make it outside the prison walls have never been found makes me hope one or two did survive as some of the sentences were overly strong for the crimes ...