Twin Peaks Hotel
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... miles and we were at the hotel in Vallejo, about 30 miles outside of San Francisco.
I spotted the Pacific Ocean at one point and thought wow, we have just gone across America on a motorbike in just over a week.
On the journey today, I reflected back about 4 years, when I first took up biking and had to do my test from scratch - which led to this ...
... San Francisco. I make several purchases (including a new Wustoff paring knife and organic grey sea salt) and meet up with the Dream Team at the designated place and time.
Dim Sum: Think small plates at a tapas restaurant or brunch where the buffet is brought to your table. After visiting the market, Scott, Nick and I went to the City View Restaurant in China Town for Dim Sum. Scott and I were there the last time we were ...
... to amazing views of the bay. With Alcatraz seemingly living up to its nickname of 'The Rock' from afar and the bridges of San Fran perfectly framing the city it was a truly breathtaking view, copiously captured by Abbie and her camera. If this was not enough, there were sunbathing Californian Sea Lions on a number of surrounding docks, happy to show off for all watching. As we prepared to return to our bargain tour of the bay, we noticed a small 'boat' ...
After hot, dry Yosemite, it was so nice to enter foggy SF! We had a lovely, simple visit here. It was relaxing. We walked around Bernal Hill, played at Precita Park, drank good coffee, ate bagels, rode buses, subways & streetcars, etc.
The Maritime NHP down by the waterfront had very nice exhibits but the ships ...
... new friends. Our breakfast in the Garden Room of the hotel was eggs benedict---delicious.
By 8 AM we were "on the road again." More winding highway as we made our way back to San Francisco. There was a rest stop in Willits after which we continued on U.S. 101, The Redwood Highway. This route took us through the heart of Sonoma County wine country. We passed acres and acres of ...
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