Ramada Limited San Bruno/San Francisco Airport West
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... main areas and it was great to see Haight Ashbury where all the hippies used to hang out. Jimi Hendrix’s house was pointed out and the whole area is still very cool apparently. We got off the bus at Golden Gate Park and this was an absolute delight. We happened upon a modern art gallery which was the most wonderfully designed building and full of very attractive stuff – old and new.
After the park, the bus took us over the Golden Gate ...
... ourselves a ride on a cable car and managed to work out how to get to one end of the line leading back to our hotel. Sue rode on one side seated and I was lucky enough to jump on the running board on the other side as a "Standee" hanging on with one hand with my camera in the other a real treat, will never forget it. Here's a taster.
... but we drove up the hill to the little observation area at Coit Tower. It had some great views of the city and the bay. Because the area's not that big and there's limited parking but that also meant that it wasn't crazy with tons of people. We were there right when the sun was about to set and the sun just made the city glow. It was so neat to be able to get this type of view! There's also a huge statue of Christopher Columbus there. Kinda cool.
... onto Tiburon. The trip is 22 miles but we reckon we did about 25 having taken a wrong turn along the way. Needless to say we were happy to have a drink before taking the ferry back to Pier 39! We had an irish coffee at the Buena Vista and checked out Fishermans Wharf.
Tuesday we went to Alcatraz and were super lucky with the weather. Had amazing views of sunny San Fran. We really liked ...
... nozzle that stands in tribute to firefighters. The lobby's vibrant murals depict scenes from the 1930s, and an elevator goes all the way up. If you're feeling hearty, take the nearly 400 steep steps up and down -- and look for the green parrots chirping along the way. 6. More than a century after the cable car system's creation for transportation, the trolleys operate today as more as a tourist attraction -- and they're worth the ...