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... cheese, artichoke, sundried tomatoes and basil spread, whilst Chris' was jammed with every Italian meat you could think of. Delicious. We ended up eating the sandwiches in three stages over the course of the afternoon as they were simply enormous! North Beach seemed like a fun neighbourhood with lots of bars and restaurants, although given its close proximity to Downtown it felt much less residential. Full of food, we made our way from North Beach up to the Coit Tower on ...
... playing the bagpipes. We weren't too sure whether they understood St Patrick's Day is an Irish holiday not a Scottish. China Town was our next stop for some Chinese buns and then we went to sit in a park located in the Little Italy area. The park was great and everyone was wearing some form of green and having a drink playing a different kind of game, baseball, football and then a frisbee game involving knocking over a beer can. We ...
... into a parked car.
At one point we came across a sports car parked on the sidewalk, blasting music. A group of African American folk then spontaneously got out of the car and started dancing in the streets. Passers by revelled in the display and even joined in merrily. It was a carnival atmosphere and I thanked the Gods that we hadn't succumbed to jet lag and stayed at our lodgings.
Soon after arriving into Hollywood, both Anna and I were overcome by the pangs ...
An early start for us as we wanted to be on the first ferry across to Alcatraz aka 'The Rock'. The famous island prison in the middle of San Francisco Bay. I had heard that this was often sold out and needed to be pre-booked. I am so glad I took this advice and did buy tickets several weeks ago as it is booked out till Dec 1. Too bad if you only have a few days in SF and you wanted to visit Alcatraz. This was ...
Today would be another cycling day! We were going to ride out to the Marin Headland which is over the Golden Gate Bridge and to the west. It is voted number 1 on TripAdvisor.
I had ripped my shorts on the nose of the bike saddle so we picked up some new ones from a sports warehouse on the way. They were a bit dodgy. VERY short. I have exposed 8 inches of white thigh that hasn't previously seen the light of day, only 1inch to go. Luckily there is a Lycra onion ...