Residence Inn Pleasanton
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... all of a sudden we see Golden Gate Bridge just visible through the San Franciscan mist and we know the journey's end cometh. Over the GG Bridge and through elegant Presidio and to Nob Hill and the historic Fairmont on Mason Street. The check in is seamless and we immediately head off to The Streets of San Francisco but mainly Union Square where we are inadvertently engulfed in some sort of religious music festival. We extract ourselves ...
... We went to Pier 39 and saw the colony of Sea Lions and walked thru the shops along the pier. Great views across the Bay of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. We ate lunch @ Wipeout Bar and Grill and sat out on the patio. They made a very yummy raspberry Cosmo!
After a quick stop back at the hotel, we headed up Hyde Street…and I do mean *UP*! Uphill, that is!!! Our destination was ...
... Airlines with their little numbered boarding passes seem positively genteel.
To further endear this leg of the trip to us, after takeoff we find that it was a "dry" flight, not a drop of alcohol on board. So we “enjoyed” an extremely long flight with nearly everyone standing in the aisles leaning over you to yell up and down the aircraft to what must have been long lost family members that they were afraid they were ...
Today we had a quieter start and while Andrew went off to run some errands, the girls and I rode the cable car to Ghiradelli where we had the worlds best (no joke) hot chocolate and hot fudge sundaes. We then explored the nearby San Francisco Maritime Museum, which had an amazing number of boats/ships that you could go on and wander around. One of the most interesting was the Balclutha, which is ...
After the game we headed to Fishermans Wharf to check out the piers. We took the tram/cable car to Pier 39 and got off for a wonder. The whole place was alive and whilst a lot of tourists was a really cool spot.
At the end of Pier 39 you look directly towards Alcatraz, to the right was the Golden Gate Bridge and to the left the bridge to Treasure Island. Whilst walking around we discovered the fish markets where still very much alive where ...