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... to Fresno, calling it a day after 14 some hours of travel. The hustle didn't stop as we shot six hours south to San Diego the following day, with a nice little stop off at the famous Laguna beach, which a Sydney beach snob like myself can call ****. Sandy is a funny town sitting just shy of the border. It is almost the opposite of LA, highly liveable but not very noteworthy tourism wise. We hit a hookah joint on our first night, which seems to be somewhat of a thing there for ...
... or too late for our taste. Luminae has a special menu, although you can order anything offered in the main dining room as well. We did wait a few minutes to get in as we preferred a table for 2 on a window, which proved to be a great choice. We had a stunning view of the Bay Bridge as we enjoyed a delicious leisurely dinner. Portion sizes in the restaurant are smaller than the main dining room, which is exactly what we ...
... No no no American slice is about 2.5 of our size slice put together. I battled through 2 slices and washed it down with a beer whilst Nic interchanged between eating and watching one of the 7 television screens showing Baseball games live. Heaven!
Exhausted and full we walked back up the hill to our room to plan for the next day.
Alcatraz tickets are hard to get if you have not pre-purchased them, something I had overlooked with all that was going on in July. ...
The day began late-ish (again). We checked out of our Motel and headed to the iHop for the second day in a row of pancake breakfast. The closest was in a town called Salina - and we drove past farmland to get there.
While we waited for a table Mitch and I walked to the local shopping centre and found a Walmart to buy some fruit- something we haven't had much of in recent days. Mitch was astounded by the size of the store and the breadth of the merchandise. ...
... queues were huge but that is to be expected. Pier 39 was a little chilly but entertaining to see the local sealion population in full voice and without a care in the world for all the humans clamouring to get a photo.
We hired a couple of mountain bikes to take in the route from San Francisco city to Sausalito via the Museum of Art and the Golden Gate Bridge, as at the Fisherman's Wharf the weather was not actually cold but ...