San Carlos Inn
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... iron which appeared to be the remains of a shed. A message from someone to someone.
9. Tall signs. Zipping by on the highway, past small towns, I was suddenly struck by all the very very tall poles with signs atop them (signs for fast food, furniture, RV retaliers, ...) signs for all the small businesses in those towns that the highway now passes by. They struck me as sad, like kids in a class shooting their hands into the air, secretly wishing: ...
... plethora of touring options, including Alcatraz, a harbor cruise, and access to the hop-on/hop-off bus tours. We started out with the harbor cruise, and we got to board early because Kat was in a wheelchair. This was the last time we would actually use the wheelchair on this trip...she could walk without it but would get tired easily, and many of these tour times required us to quickly walk or even run from pier to pier to get to things on time. So having her in the ...
... we head to Alcatraz. Have a I mentioned before we both get sea sick? Hmmmmmm. A night time tour seemed like a great idea three months ago when I booked us in. Now, right here, right now, it's as though the wind is coming straight off the Arctic and the fog is rolling in thick and fast and visibility is low. We both come off the ferry looking a little green. Fresh air helps and we are ready for our 45min tour which is full of fascinating details of ...
... to clearly see the Sierra's which were over 150 miles away. Unfortunately a fog had settled over San Francisco (the mountain rises above the fog) and all you can make out is the Sutro tower which you can see in the picture of the Academy of Sciences Museum.
We ended up eating at Maria Maria which is a restaurant owned by Carlos Santana (or used to ...
... or down that thing!
We found some free two-hour parking along the back roads so we parked up and strolled down to Pier 41. The first thing we saw not far in the distance was Alcatraz. It is a lot closer to the shore than I thought it was going to be. We needed to book the boat that night as a few people had told us that the tours fill up quickly. Just next to the pier was a tiny little island called Forbes Island, which looked like it was a floating restaurant, very cool. ...