The Scarlet Huntington
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We had a great meal in a place called the "Black Bear" tonight - the waitresses were so interested to find out about our trip. I bought some suspenders ( got to be done) with bear paws all over them. Hopefully they should keep my things from drooping!!! LOL!
Golden Gate bridge ...
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... souvenirs and before we knew it it was already time for dinner! A big tourist attraction as well as a popular place for San Francisco habitants are the food trucks. And that is literally what they are: a bunch of trucks who drive around and set up at a different spot in San Francisco every night to sell food. There was a DJ playing music, plenty of chairs and tables and about 30 trucks all selling food from various countries. I enjoyed a Malaysian meal followed by a crème ...
... breath as we went up and down steep hills, arrived safely at the Wharf. Again lots of people. First stop was for a "coffee". Not real good, where can I buy International Roast!!
And in brief succession: Ghiradellis Chocolate Shop. Clam chowder in a bread bowl, California fur seals on pontoons at Pier 39 (must have been a couple of hundred at least!) Starbucks coffee (marginally better but...) more lit carts (had a nice chat). Because of abig line for ...
... by me.. Haha :) luckily with a few grazes and bruises we were all okay. We biked the 3km over the bridge and stopped on the other side for more photos. The views from the bridge were really nice looking back at the city and around. Sarah and I took a photo to wish Grandma a happy 80th birthday. As we were biking across the bridge we saw a deer chilling on a hill nearby. We then biked 15 minutes downhill to Sausalito to have a hot drink on the ...