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... souvenirs and before we knew it it was already time for dinner! A big tourist attraction as well as a popular place for San Francisco habitants are the food trucks. And that is literally what they are: a bunch of trucks who drive around and set up at a different spot in San Francisco every night to sell food. There was a DJ playing music, plenty of chairs and tables and about 30 trucks all selling food from various countries. I enjoyed a Malaysian meal followed by a crème ...
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The next place we stopped was the National Maritime Museum which is part of the National Park System. It's goal is to preserve Pacific Coast Maritime History. They do ongoing renovations & also have several boats open for touring. With our National Park Pass, we were able to tour these for free. It was quite interesting & the 301 foot long square rigger Balclutha was so impressive. It was launched in ...
... kind of get caught up in a crowd and then the commentary bears no resemblance to where you are. The tour seems to take longer than you need and after a busy morning a seat was welcome. We skipped the after dark talking walking tour as there was such a long time just standing and listening at frequent places. It was cold and misty so full of atmosphere and with weather like this it must have been an awful place to spend ...
... till the ferry came, the shops were designed for the tourist, some lovely arty things though. With half an hour to go we decided we should get ourselves ready for the ferry to Fisherman's Wharf that was due to leave at 2:20. When we got there a line of bikes had started to form and was filling up very quickly. The first ferry to leave before ours went to the Ferry Wharf which is at the opposite end of ...
... playing in the park, we found a walking track so off we went, it did a loop but before we got back to the start, the track left the bush and we walked along a street with houses. In front of a house we found three boxes with bits and pieces in them so we sorted through them and found some goodies to take home to Olga. The other morning when Olga and Angel were going on their "twinkle" walk, Olga ...
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