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... walk around for a few blocks near the Fairmont. One of the houses (mansions) nearby was built by one of the big money makers. He installed his mistress in a house across the street and had a tunnel built from his study under the street to her house. His household knew not to disturb him when his study door was locked. Will probably have a nap and then a walk this afternoon. One problem though ...
... leaves appearing on trees, trees in flower and wisteria in bloom. It was a wonderful, different experience. At the end we all put money in an envelope to convey our thanks. There is a strong local community spirit here. All the shops are privately owned except a branch of Ben and Jerry's run by local young people. No big national chains. 'Gap' tried but got driven out. At ten past one we were hungry so went into an Italian ...
... So we ventured to McDonalds. The greatest hangover cure that their is. After a binge eating fest and a recap of all the funny happenings of the day before we decided to take a walk to help ourselves digest the food we had just eaten. We walked down to Pier number 1 and walked along with the street cars for a little while before cutting back towards the ...
Woke and had a ripper breakfast at the new hotel, and then took off for a drive to the Golden Gate Bridge, about half an hour or so away. Unfortunately there was major fog in San Fran on this morning (a pretty common occurrence) and we thought our morning would be wasted, however when we got to the bridge the images of it and downtown San Francisco were incredible. Shrouded in thick white fog, the red bridge itself would appear and disappear as the fog rolled through, providing ...
... it with about 3 minutes to spare. We meet our host Denay, dump our bags and head out again.
Back into the city proper and we manage to get our phonecards without too much drama (although I can never understand why it takes such a long time to set up phone-related stuff). All this high drama has exhausted Paul and we have to slink around the corner to Dave's Bar for a quick restorative pint before the next leg. Without too much of a ...