Pacifica Beach Hotel
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... in most places plus the multitude of clam chowder places dotting the sidewalks. Loads of fishing boats, antique (WWII vintage) boats and ships, sunset cruise and tour boats, and recreational boats all moving about like gnats on the Bay waters. At one end of the bay were evening swimmers, some without wet suits, madly swimming to and fro. Alcatraz (The Rock) was well within view and it would seem like some could swim over there (but I guess many tried it unsuccessfully). We ...
... home we’re staying at. Teddy always sleeps with his same pack-n-play, a white noise maker, and a nightlight. Having a nap at the new place usually helps and we’ve developed a longer bed time routine which involves both Annie and I reading stories and singing songs. At home Teddy sleeps in his own room, so we’ve tried to keep the spirit of that alive, which has led to some interesting arrangements. We’ve used couches as dividing walls, converted ...
... myself made our way to Union square to shop the afternoon. First stop was to get Bayley a birthday gift from the Oakley shop. He made himself customised sunglasses which he will be able to remember the moment every time he puts them on. Then we visited a old Navy... They had a sale on and I got a couple of shirts. Lastly I went to my sisters favourite shop Ross dress for less... I got myself some new walking shoes as my old/new ones ...
... Fort Point at the base of the bridge pylon - a fortification built in 1853 to defend the entrance to San Francisco Bay.
The tour ended with a 10 minute stop at the Palace of Fine Arts. We were really please we had visited this site the day before because 10 minutes was not any where near long enough to do it justice.
Dinner tonight at the Marine Club. The food was okay but I had to send my steak back for extra cooking even though I had asked for 'well done'.
... trained' to 'sing' all day long for the crowds of tourists!
Moving through the Fisherman's Wharf area, it's more and more cafes and restaurants (mostly seafood - go figure)! Clam Chowder seemed to be the specialty for most of these places and usually served in a crusty bun, so you get to eat the bowl as well - so 70s...LOL!! More gift shops, more street performers and more t-shirts to poke a stick at! Still, it was a colourful area worth visiting.