Seal Rock Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of his book. Bizarre to see someone who had lived through it, now being treated like a rock star. Of course, we brought a book and got him to sign it! Caught the ferry back across to the mainland - still very hot. We wandered down to the famous Pier 39 area, where Ginny and I got the renowned Clam Chowder in a Sourdough Bowl for lunch. Delicious. We strolled around the shops, looked at the regular group of seals who ...
... we had taken bathers in anticipation of a swim) and they declared the situation as "completely ridiculous!".
Back into Golden Gate Park we stopped for a quick lunch of Hot Dogs and Chicken Curry (an authentic one!) in the Japanese Garden - that's not a combo you come across every day. The Garden has been done very well and is worth a visit.
Seeing as bikes had been a big success so far this trip the three ...
Woke up the latest we have yet probably due to the drinks last night and because the bus ride we were taking today didn't start until 10am so no alarms were set!! Got up and packed and checked out of Pier 2620 after a fantastic stay and headed straight for Johnny Rockets for another breakfast (with pancakes this time!) One very windy and cold bus ride over the bridge later and we arrive at ...
... a tabernacle?" - Oil lit, certainly not electric.
"Can I go to my lesbian sister's wedding?" - No. (Her sister's anger on hearing that she thought she might not be able to go was deemed to have been "verging on satanic").
"Given that the host at eucharist becomes the body and blood of Christ, does that make me a cannibal when I take Holy Communion?" - No, (for apparently very complicated reasons I can't begin to ...
... sea lions which occupy floating platoons in the harbour, amazing to see them just sat there sun bathing and making that funny noise, beautiful creatures. After a short burst of rain which sent everyone dashing for cover we made our way back to the city via tram. The evening was spent local to the hotel. The following day we caught the bus to Haight Ashbury, a famous area of the city where the hippy movement began back in the 60's. As soon as we arrived we were ...