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... the first day, hop on hop off buses around the City and then over the classic Golden Gate bridge – I have to add that the small town of Sausalito on the other side of the bridge was probably the quaintest and beautifullist place I’ve ever seen, shame the house prices are a million dollars and up though. Doing the tours were a good way to get a feel for the city and navigate round later in the evening, anyone who knows me knows I’m usually ...
... head was spinning by the time we got out an hour and a half later. After a visit to the living roof which is basically a rooftop garden we went down to the aquarium where we spent a very interesting two hours watching some fascinating sea creatures . By the time we got out it was 5pm.
We were meeting Derek and Laura at the Tuba restaurant at 7:30 so we had ...
Welcome to the first entry in the Familymoon journey. No family yet; just me and Gwynn.
Although the weather here in San Francisco has been far from ideal (it poured most of the day)
we know California really needs this rain so we weren't too upset.
On the way to our friend's, the Lyon's place in Marin County, we stopped to take in a few touristy spots in SF. We had always wanted to see the "painted ladies"-- no not prostitutes but old victorian ...
... time. The work the teacher has set them is a load of ****, photocopied sheets handed out to them all regardless of ability, unable to do anything else, even if they do finish it. They still have 'colour in all the letters', 'no, not all in one colour', 'you'll have to do it all again'. For what? So that the teacher can get through another lesson relatively painlessly. They can tick a box that says that child has learnt which shapes are squares and ...
... of homes, fine restaurants and some Inns such as a the Colonial Terrace where we are staying. The wealth and tranquility could not be in starker contrast to the hullabaloo of SF where you always had to be on your toes and streetwise in what was a really great city to experience though with a seedier side that was unexpected. Friday 21 November the Californian coast A morning stroll along the scenic, underdeveloped waterfront of Carmel began a beautiful day. The route 1 ...