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... Canal, pretty amazing.
Anyway we were on the ferry sailing out to the Alcatraz Island with a great view of the Bay bridge on our right and that iconic Golden Gate bridge on the left, shame about the weather it kept raining. It did not dampen our spirits though as we spent 5 hours walking around the prison, what an amazing place you could feel the presence of history that had gone before, especially as we had running commentary and sound effects coming through ...
... golden gate and back to Nancy's neighborhood and all we used was like a quarter tank of gas, it cost us 8 dollars in gas, that's it, absolutely brilliant.
Other than that, I've finally full-filled my dream of riding along the California Coast with good tunes and a good friend. The coastline was really cool, very brown, very rocky, very pretty. Santa Cruz was everything you expect from an American tourist attraction, overly priced rides and loads of fried ...
... for lunch and on to the ferry for a ride back to San Francisco. Huge numbers of bikes on the ferry. Apart from locals, you can hire a bike near Fishermen's wharf, ride it over the Golden Gate Bridge, and get the ferry back. Will have a simple meal tonight, hopefully, and early to ...
... of a woman's voice I named 'Natasha'.
One time we were trying to get Google Maps to keep working, the last thing we heard Natasha say before the GPS crashed was 'stay on the dam road!' We had a nice giggle over that!
San Francisco was still very busy on a Saturday. We decided to take the Golden Gate Bridge on our way out of town because there is no toll when you're leaving the city. (Just like NYC). Fortunately, the ...
... from our hotel so we used the car. Since it didn't open until 10AM, Mum worked out a route to take us around some of the other inner city tourist destinations including Lombard Street (the most crooked street in the world), The Painted Ladies (the beautiful painted houses that have featured in many movies including Mrs Doubtfire), the UN Place, and The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Later, we battled the crowds at the stores near Union Square ...