Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront
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"Are you dancing Hawaiian Hula?" is the question most people ask me.
"You're close, but it's actually Tahitian Aparima" is my most common reply.
You're not alone. Most people who don't do Polynesian dance can't differentiate between the two. Even those who dance often can't tell unless you recognize the linguistics in the song. Other subtle signs to the uninitiated ...
... along the eastern waterfront of San Francisco Bay. It was wonderful seeing the pubic artwork (especially Cupid's Span in Rincon Park), looking under the Bay Bridge (between San Francisco 'Downtown' and Yerba Buena Island) and wandering onto the many old and new (some renovated) piers.
Later in the afternoon I had made it to the famous Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf area. This area is TOURISTY and to be honest, a little 'tacky'!! Pier 39 is full off gift shops and ...
... were taken while we rode, which was probably a really dumb idea but hey, it worked! The bridge from afar was nice. Halfway there it was beautiful. But when we got really close, the fog cleared, and it was immaculate. I've seen this bridge so many times in many movies, but this time I was actually going to be on it.. Wow!!!! Very surreal.
The view from the bridge was awesome! It overlooked the huge city, San Francisco ...
... is 1.7 miles long and it was well worth the walk. Anyone considering going to San Fran and wanting to visit the bridge, you must walk or bike ride over it - there is noting like it and you wont get the same experience when you go over on the bus.
We then jumped back on a bus and headed to Sausalito, this is a very lovely little sea side town. The houses, shops ...
... My Route 50".
Approximately halfway, we stopped for lunch in Auburn, California at Ikedas, where they claim to sell the "best burgers in California." Now, they wouldn't be saying that if it weren't true would they? They were good burgers. Once home, we intend to be virtual vegetarians for at least a few weeks because there's too much meat while on the road.
And then there was ...