Motel 6 San Francisco Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The sky's awake, so we're awake, so lets get this day started! San Francisco here we come! Up bright and early, we are on our way. Making a quick stop in Garberville, California we grab some breakfast at the good ole Subway and hit the road. We drove through wine country and it was gorgeous, unfortunately no stops at vineyards were made due to our …
... came up from a frigid 61 degrees to a balmy 63 degrees, the fog burned off.
And while the views were spectacular, one of the problems with the California coastline as compared to the Oregon coastline is that a lot of the California coast is private property, so there are much fewer spots to pull over and take pictures. So we took advantage wherever we could to take pictures. One of the problems with coastal ...
... a bit further to Aquatic Park and found ourselves a spot on the sand to wait for the fireworks.
There were a group of young girls and a guy from Alabama and Georgia that we chatted to after Darren photobombed their selfie, and a guy behind us who we asked to take our picture, who turned out to be a photographer, and who got some nice shots of us.
He got some more good ones when the fireworks started too which was cool!
The fireworks ...
... around us. Part of the Mission district was closed to traffic for the Pride Week celebrations and the park was absolutely packed with people celebrating not only pride week, but also the Supreme Court's decision to legalise gay marriage in all states of America. It was great to be surrounded by such happiness and love, and it was very interesting to see all the different sorts of people, costumes (or lack thereof) and decorations! After lunch we waited ...
To celebrate our first week in the U.S we caught the bus to the coast to embark on our mission of a trek. According to Fitbit today we did just under 30,000 steps which was just under 20km, San Fran has a lot of hills. My feet hurt. The first exciting thing for the day was a chihuahua carrying a banana bigger than its head and a human poop at the bus stop. The dog was adorable, the poop was gross. We made friends on the bus with an old local of Yosemite National Park who has ...