Days Inn Lombard Street
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... of thoughts crossed my mind as I sat there waiting. After two minutes I was approached by one of the guards and told that my access to the American lands had been granted. I breathed a sigh of relief, my secret still remained. In all honesty I have no idea what the point of the situation was; for from the moment I sat down, they did nothing but sit and continue to watch other people pass through customs. I expected to be asked questions, or at least spoken to, but they ...
Welcome to the first entry in the Familymoon journey. No family yet; just me and Gwynn.
Although the weather here in San Francisco has been far from ideal (it poured most of the day)
we know California really needs this rain so we weren't too upset.
On the way to our friend's, the Lyon's place in Marin County, we stopped to take in a few touristy spots in SF. We had always wanted to see the "painted ladies"-- no not prostitutes but old victorian ...
... we sailed under it, but now we saw it from the top. The wind was blowing and there were so many people, either biking or walking. A real tourist thing to do. Is it wrong to say I wasn't overwhelmed by it? It was a bridge. It was high. It is orangey-red, but that's about it. It seems wrong, but it wasn't my favourite thing to do. Sorry. When we did get to the other side, Paul suggested that we walk back to the Fisherman's Wharf. I hesitated because I knew how far the ...
Day 3 was not as energetic as day 2 but perhaps that was no bad thing! After a hearty breakfast at the hotel we walked to Nob Hill, a very smart, exclusive area and then caught the cable car to Embarcadero - definitely worth the ride and surprising how many people can fit into what looks like a small able car! From there we wandered around the farmers market which is there on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and then around the ferry building which has lots of shops and ...
... like we are above them, and we’re not, plus we’re a pair of right tight *******s.
So we jumped into our car, well tried to, the little guy had pulled the seat two inches from the steering wheel, bet he’d been eating my mints as well and off we went to have a proper look at the Golden Gate bridge. We parked up and along with everybody else started walking across the bridge and along with everybody else got halfway across, thought “I bet ...