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... there were now three. The sea lions arrived at Pier 39 after the 1989 earthquake and have been there ever since despite people originally trying to move them on. Apparently there are usually at least twenty or more but a few days ago they all left (maybe that's what they tell all the tourists). We walked back along Jefferson Strret which is a bit like the Gold Coast with Ripley's Believe it or Not, Madame Tussaud's, souvenir shops, restaurants and bars and a nice cream shop for ...
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Grand Tour of LA - VIP Picked up by our black VIP bus at 9 and taken to depot for adgistment to our tour bus for the day with tour guide Matthew who was very upbeat and excellent. On our tour we went to - the seedy end of Venice Beach; Santa Monica Beach; Olvera Street (oldest LA Street born on 1781); farmers Market where we had Paella and Sangria for lunch; Rodeo Drive; Beverly Hills; ...
... had a torrent sniffer that shutdown my media downloading.
I rode my bike around the park and headed down to the lighthouse which was not visible from 100 ft away due to the fog. Point Reyes is the foggiest place on the west coast. The lighthouse was located down a bunch of stairs. It said at the top it was like walking up and down a 30 story building! Nice unplanned workout!
Landing about 12.00pm, we had managed to time it perfectly for the bus ride out to Sausalito. A 5 minute taxi ride and we were home.
We are using Air BnB again for this trip, so I've booked us into a cottage in the Bay Area of San Francisco. From the deck area of the cottage, we have a view over the bay. As the afternoon cooled, we watched the fog engulf the city, leaving only the tips of the sky scrapers ...
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