Red Cottage Inn
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... crafts. And you need to go to Kerala and stay in a houseboat and tour the tea plantations …." And he laid out our whole trip for us. And of course we are going to his wedding!
Early in the planning process I was trying to squeeze everything into two weeks, until I thought "Imagine trying to see the U.S. in just two weeks!" Not that three weeks is all that different, but at least it feels like we're making a real effort.
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... for dear life. It was like an amusement arcade ride! In the evening we went to Nettie's Crab Shack where C & I ate oysters. We discussed whether we liked SF. I was a little disappointed, perhaps because we couldn't get to Alcatraz or the museum. Perhaps we didn't see the right things, spent too long at Fisherman's Wharf or found the city a bit seedy. Maybe a few more days would have changed my ...
... fly along a stream that teams with pacific salmon and trout at the right time of year. From Muir Park, which was a gift to President Roosevelt, we drove down to Sausalito a beautiful little town on the bay, which is home to more boats than people. Boat prices here are a lot more reasonable than in the UK and I almost got carried away with a beautiful 38 footer. Sausalito is Spanish for little willow, and was founded by ...
... Zare" which had been featured on a show called "Meat & Potatoes" on the Food Network in 2011. I had a seafood risotto like dish with barley & Brian had the lamb dish. Both were pretty good, but to be honest I think we were expected a little better. Still good, but maybe a 7 out of 10 in my books. Tomorrow I look forward to sleeping in - we are heading to the Giant's game tomorrow afternoon and I'm excited for my first Major League Baseball Game!
... quick breakfast next door in the cafe, then navigated the busses to get back to Fishermans Wharfe for our e-bike tour. It was a cold and cloudy morning, but it did not dampen our enthusiasm. After a quick lesson on the e-bikes, we set off with our guide Ethan and a group of 15 to head for Golden Gate Bridge. The bikes were amazing! We wizzed along with minimum effort, overtaking the less fortunate manpowered bikers with wide grins on our faces! Along the marina ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility