Holiday Inn San Mateo-San Francisco SFO
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... I reckon we cover about 25 miles equal to 40 km all up today before arriving back at the train station. Again .... to our disappointment we missed our train by 5 minutes, we had to wait another 55 minutes for the next train. So we had dinner after all it was 7.30 pm in the evening, took the train back to our hotel. And yes I think .........me and my little feet deserved a glass of wine tonight ( pain relief) as my feet are so sore....woe is me ( :( :( sad ...
... enjoying the park as well.
Coming up on 1130, it was a hike down Hayes towards Market to catch a walking tour of North Beach and Little Italy. More cafes along the way including some on a stretch of Hayes that reminded me of Commercial Drive. My walk took my past the Civic Center, near which Pride events and booths were already being set up. The colorful crowd was in great spirits as they flooded towards the music. Going against the current, ...
... inebriation along those hilly San Franciscan streets made it feel like O-Week in Dunedin. But we couldn´t stay and instead headed for the coast and the famous Pacific Highway 1.
Trip anthem: ´Sitting by the dock of the bay´ - as covered by Playing for Change
Wildlife sightings: A plethora of sealions
Rating out of 10: 8
In a word: Pacific
Something interesting: San Francisco Bay is the world´s largest landlocked harbour
... to be seen by anyone! I very politely told her to call back if she changed her mind and she replied with "ok, love you, bye!" Went to the gym again after clinic then out in formals for the champagne waterfall, until we go another call who needed seeing so changed back into scrubs! Missed the waterfall again so went to Wheelhouse bar for a cocktail before the show "stardust" then to crew bar fir one before ...
... the bridge area are so cold! Combined with the rain and salt, It really is a rugged environment. On the other side we took a right turn and went down a winding road that lead to the fishing village of Sausalito, which has a real community vibe and a load of charm. It kind of feels like an english fishing village combined with italian restaurants, plus a healthy dose of America. It's right on the water and had lots of lovely cafes, eateries and shops. We had lunch at ...
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