Touchstone Hotel - City Center
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... money. I wanted to take it easy for the day, so I took the bus up to see the "Full House" famous houses- the Painted Ladies. Another brilliant example of why I titled this entry "You've Got Interesting People". A lady gets on the bus, with a small bag, which she is banging around quite aggressively. She starts randomly yelling at this guy, about utter nonsense, and she got really aggressive. The bus also smelled like puke... badly. I decided ...
... and so well cared for. Streets are clean, houses are neat and well painted, gardens well tended... it has a friendly air about it. After driving up a few of the incredibly steep streets and back through the Presidio Park, whatever had been clunking under the car stopped, or fell off... which was a relief. Jette had spotted a diner last night on our walk back to the Motel, and suggested we could have breakfast there if the Motel's was bad. So we did. Mel's Drive In ...
... we found a cute little Thai restaurant where we stopped at. We all ordered our food, I had chicken, mango, prawns and veggies. It was so refreshing and my body was soaking up the nutrients. But what's a meal without dessert so I had a Nutella, banana roti which is kind of like a deep fried pancake. The caramel sauce on top just was the icing on the cake. After dinner we headed back to the hotel and all retreated to our rooms to enjoy the last hotel for the trip and beds of ...
... sites and ending with a twilight walk across (yes all the way and back again of the Golden Gate bridge. Words cannot express how amazing a day we have had. We both love love love San Francisco and want to come back and do so so many things.
Also Amy found out how small the world was today...or maybe more the power of coincidence. A German lady sat next to us on the cable car and Amy started chatting to her and found out she was getting off ...