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... of the bridge and to see the sea lions by pier 39. Although the day didn't end as cheaply as intended, as after seeing the price of Levi's here, we couldn't resist buying a pair each.
After checking out on our last day, we picked up the hire car from the city centre, made our way to the bridge for a quick waffle based breakfast and for one last view of the Pacific, probably for a while!
... I sat with lots of other people in Cafe Carinthia, simply waiting to go. My two suitcases were in the warehouse in the 'Aqua 3' section, so I parked the winter/smart clothes suitcase with all the others to be collected and couriered to passengers' respective homes and hoped that someone would, indeed, collect and courier it! The other suitcase and I waited for well over an hour at the far end of the warehouse for the torrential ...
... Besides, it was SOOO YUM! Looking out over the Bay entrance towards Alcatraz Island and watching the colourful array of people walking/jogging/strolling by, I enjoyed most of the Sundae. I couldn't finish it...Bugger! But I did have the three squares of Ghirardelli chocolate that came with it...priorities!
With more calories under my belt to fuel a small city I began the 5.5 km walk back to the hotel. I decided to visit Lombard Street - famous for it's ...
... area which is in stark contrast to the city streets where every inch of space is used for shops, hotels or housing. It is also rare to see some grass and trees. We then headed up to the crookedest street, Lombard st. It certainly lives up to its name and the short walk down it was a challenge for some. From here we checked out the Italian area of town followed by Chinatown before heading Downtown. We meandered through some of the ...
... the ferry, where our bicycle return point would be conveniently located right near the ferry stop. It would fill in a leisurely couple of hours. That's not how this worked out. I didn't eat breakfast this morning. Today was not the day to skip breakfast. Overall it was a good experience, we're very proud of ourselves and we saw a lot of beautiful things. We hired from Blazing Saddles ($148 including ferry tickets). I'm especially proud of Matilda who completed the whole ...
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