Pleasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in our room. Thank goodness! So off we went for our half day morning tour to Muir woods and Sausalito. The weather today was the best I've seen in San Francisco. We were driving across the Golden Gate Bridge to get to Muir woods, it was Liam's and my first glimpse of the bridge and there was no fog!! We had such an amazing view of the bridge. I noticed there was one of those lane machines like in San Diego, and at this time of the day, there were two lanes going over ...
... 3 high but as round as a pizza. Whole jug of maple syrup needed. Next stop up the coast was the Pidgeon Point Lighthouse. Amazing and a great view up the coast of passing whales and pelicans. Oh yes more seals sunbathing. There is a photo of the lens they had to make candle light into a huge beam that boats could see. Very clever. Then we drove up the coast to San Francisco and our camp ...
... mean by one of those annoying shop people wanting to sell you their $300 item)
... and also primarily in the streets of San Francisco. San Francisco also was the home to Robin Williams, so this seemed like a fitting tribute to view this majestic building. We then continued to weave our way around the the districts through to the Mission district of San Fran. This area is regarded as a poorer end of San Fran and is mainly inhabited by the many mexican migrants that made their way to the area many many years ago. ...
... a ride on the trams and witness the crazy gradients the city was built on(!) as well as the pier-side and the gayest underground station I could possibly imagine!
The inevitable question is which city did I prefer, and I can say most definitely San Francisco - the income disparity is much less noticeable, making begging far less bothersome, and the level of infrastructure and number of sights were far more superior.