Sheraton Pleasanton Hotel
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... to join a cult and head back to The Fairmont and The Tonga Room which is a tribute to some long forgotten King of Tonga and serving incredibly potent cocktails with South Pacific cuisine. It all takes place in a rain forest type environment on the 2nd floor (after the 3rd cocktail we were trying to book our flight back from the Amazon.com). But bloody hell the food is brilliant - seafood hot pot, red pork curry, steamed butterfish etc etc ummmmm. ...
... the crookedest street in the world.
We rode the cable car back down Hyde Street and we had a great view of Alcatraz, riding the running boards! I put Mom @ the front - she loved it!!!
No visit to San Francisco is complete without a trip to the Ghiradelli Chocolate factory….and they even have free samples!!! YUM!
And apparently California has lots of wine here ...
... to see again. (Really was it too much to ask for just a few little sample bottles of vodka)?
Surviving this, we spent a lovely week relaxing on the beach in Bali while I unsuccessfully begged our travel agent to change my ticket home as I had to go back thru Indonesia alone (the Blonde One was continuing onto Australia without me). As this request would have somehow upset the travel gods and disrupted the fabric of the universe, I fly ...
... shop dating from the 1800's. it had a wonderful display below deck, which really brought to life what it must have been like for the sailers, and also the various "lives" the ship has had. One of its lives was taking timber to the mines in Port Pirrie to shore up the mines. It then returned to San Francisco with coal. One of its other lives was to bring in cement and glass from Europe for the ...
... pretty well get any sort of seafood. Crabs and lobster are the main things and it was fascinating watching the guys cook and clean the crab to get the meat - clearly done this a few times.
After walking around we found a bar on the Wharf to have a beer then tried some the Clam Chowder which is big in California and very tasty. From the bar we headed to the little Italy which is a bit like Lygone St in Melbourne. We found and italian cafe and ...