San Ramon Marriott
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... with little mountain huts. I've planned our trip to hike between 8 & 12 miles a day. Dad has put himself on an impressive training program and has been working out every day. His workouts are varied including swimming, stairmill with weighted backpack, squats on the Bosu, and strengthening. Being employed full time (which I'm happy ...
Checked out at 11am. The kind motel guy let us use his laptop so we could book a motel in San Francisco and write down directions of how to get to it. Left about midday-drove over the huge bridge (saw Alcatraz and Golden Gate bridge across the bay) on the way to our motel (Cow Hollow Motor Inn & Suites) on Steiner & Lombard (parallel to Chestnut Street) in the MARINA DISTRICT. Checked in and went for brunch at the ...
... have 14 days to go...... The weather today was about 16 degrees, a bit windy on the bay but got much colder as the evening progressed, around 12 degrees. Tomorrow we are venturing much further, plan on really using the SF public transport system on the last day of our three day pass, will use a range of services and will aim to see Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Bridge, and much more, hopefully. Good night from the "Rudkin Travelling Forest 2087 Billies" from San ...
... of clam chowder served in a round sour dough loaf. Boy is this delicious! Our afternoon trip took us across the Golden Gate Bridge, through Sausalito to Muir Woods which is famous for its Redwood trees, some up to 2000 years old. This was impressive, they were so huge. Nothing booked for our last full day so decided just to wander around the city and ride the cable car routes. ...
... we already feel we know San Francisco like the backs of our hands.
We got up early(ish) and after a leisurely breakfast did something every visitor to this city has to do - ride a cable car. We had to wait for 40 minutes to get on board, but it was well worth the wait. San Francisco is an astonishing hilly city, and riding the cars is like going on a gigantic fairground ride. Who needs rollercoasters when you can ride a cable car in The City By The ...