Marina Village Inn
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... I loved the coziness of this place which reminded me of the food area at a festival. When our stomachs were filled we saw the sun set behind the Golden Gate Bridge, a view you simply can not get enough of.
On Saturday we decided to rent a car because there are many things to see around San Francisco as well. Our first stop was the Muir woods, a small national park with some of the highest trees of the world. It was amazing to walk through the forest and see the ...
... originally sailed between San Francisco & Europe around Cape Horn. It was crazy to stare up the masts & imagine a crew member up almost 145 feet working the rigging on a stormy sea. Our kids didn't think they'd want that job!
A little more walking & a little chocolate buying wrapped up our downtown tour before we headed to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow, our journey up the coast continues.
... in captivity. Back to the ship just in time for another lifeboat drill (apparently this happens still the beginning of every leg) so by my reckoning we will have done this 5 times by the time we get back. Seems this is a new thing it used to be once you had taken part in the first one you could skip any others. Still rules are rules. Pretty tired tonight luckily we have 4 sea days now to recover. Next stop Hawaii (yea!!!) ...
... 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 ...