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... some distance, it was time for a refreshment....Heeelllloooo Ghirardelli Chocolate Shop (underneath Ghirardelli Square in the Mariner Area). Crunchy Sea Salt Caramel Sundae...don't mind if I do (Dan, I'm stealing your 'line'...LOL)!! At first I was a little 'taken aback' with the US$10.50 price-tag (about $15 in AUS $$ terms with the exchange rate) BUT...it was SOOOO worth it...LOL!! It was a bucket of Sundae and I figured I had already burnt off the calories with my ...
... we ended up finding somewhere where I could have a Chili Con Carne burger. By the way - cola comes in 3 ways; vanilla, cherry or chocolate, in which it's just standard coke but they add a flavored sugar syrup!!
After dinner we headed up to the 8th floor of the Macy's shopping centre to grab some cheesecake from the famous cheesecake shop. At both 6pm, and 8pm, the place had about 1000 people and probably 100 waiting for a ...
Today we decided to start our hop on hop off bus tour with City Sightseeing. we soon realised that as much as San Francisco is a beautiful city and in the afternoons it felt like a gorgeous summers day - the mornings we grey and cold and you do need to dress warm - first piece of advice right there - especially if you are on an open top bus.
So once we got our tickets and a few extra layers we decided to visit Golden Gate Park with the bus tour. It was ...
... gift for story-telling. With so much time on their hands the prisoners came up with ever more ingenious ways to attempt escape. The odds were very long though many dies in their attempts, most others were swiftly recaptured. One escape remains unsolved - the 1962 attempt by Frank Morris and brothers John and Clarence Anglin, immortalised in the 1979 film starring Clint Eastwood Escape from Alcatraz. No bodies were found and no word has been heard ...
... told us was a great place to stay. Did way to much shopping and had to find the place in the dark but thank you GPS!
Got our tent sent up, ate leftovers, and visited with the owner and barman and then off to dreamland. The owner of the Funky Monkey did talk about some of the problems of keeping the business going because of the drop in tourists. Wishing them luck in keeping going because it is a nice place.