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... plenty of quirky shops it was a nice but long walk in which I developed blisters!! Not good! We stopped in MaccyDs for a drink (1 DOLLAR!!!) before heading into golden gate park. We again walked around before ending in the conservatory of flowers and moving out towards Paradisio. Our next trek took us to Walt Disney Family Museum where we stayed for lunch before finally reaching Golden Gate Bridge shrouded in cloud. I ...
... to the Bay bridge, but is the most iconic. It is beautiful and the views of the city as you drive over it are stunning. The bus stops on the north side and you can switch over onto a smaller bus to tour Sausalito - the most expensive real estate in the USA. a modest three bedroom home here starts at around a million bucks. If you have to ask the price, you can't afford it!
After a long day exploring the city, we head over into China town for some food. Again, the best ...
... to Fisherman's Wharf. This ferry filled up with bikes very quickly and as a result many people missed out leaving more people to get on our ferry. When our ferry arrived only 45 bikes were allowed on and of course we were left on the wharf with an hour to wait for the next ferry. So Russ said we will ride back, I tried to convince him it wasn't that long to wait but riding back won. So off we ...
... with a small baking dish. That's what you do here if you don't want something you put it out on the footpath and someone comes along and finds it a good home.
So we came back with some goodies for Olga and she was impressed, one of the things was a painted wooden rooster, he is quite cute and looks right at home. In the conversation I mentioned the word "chook", Olga hadn't heard of ...
... long, white tents on both sides of the street. At the second little tent we meet a man from Melbourne who thought we were British, we put him straight. We walked down one side then coming up the other side we stopped and bought some lunch at one of the tents. No seats so we made our way over to a old building and sat on a window sill, there was only the sill the window was gone. We were sitting there minding our own business ...
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