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... made artichoke bread - voted best bread on tour.
From there we headed to the city. Coming into San Francisco all eyes were pealed, then we spotted the double red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. We were taken by how close the houses were packed in, the lack of trees and gardens, and the massive highways jammed with cars. We found our hotel in downtown and settled in. It was a lovely middle ...
... without paying over $300 per night. It turned out to be a really handy location. A reseda able walk to Fisherman's Wharf, and a block from Lombard street was a Main Street for public transport etc.
we arrived at the motel at around 1pm and as it was too early to check in, we left the car there and headed by foot towards Fisherman's Wharf. We got our first glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge and then Alcatraz. It was about a 30 min walk and a ...
... canteen and at the far end was a grand piano with a girl
playing. As soon as I saw it I walked up with purpose, moved the girl over and
played “what should we do with a drunken sailor” or at least I hit 3 keys that
sounded nothing like the opening to that song. We got chatting to the Texan
girls who said they’d take us out in Austin for my birthday and then we got
thrown out because the staff knew we weren’t ...
... your feet in the water felt amazing. Also, the water was incredibly nice to drink so fresh so we filled up our bottles and it tasted a lot better then the tap water we had been having. We spent a while at this spot before heading on.
Our next walk was called the Veral falls this was quite a tough walk, it was all up a steep hill. But it was so cool when we got to the top of the waterfall, being so close was incredible and the views were ...
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It doesnt matter that the title above was from "Meet Me in St Louis", cos San Francisco had em first (thats using poetic licence you see)
Anyway the story about the cable car ride is this. But first of all let me digress for a wee minute. There are four cable car routes in SFO, and each has steel tracks like a tram, with another "groove" in between, where the cable is running. You can hear ...