Americas Best Value Inn-Corte Madera/San Francisco
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... Adam was quite spoiled for choice in SF with many vegetarian and vegan options. The restaurant did live up to its name and I was quite surprised at how delicious the food could be without meat or dairy. Even dessert, a chocolate mousse pie with cashew crust and coconut cream was rich beyond comparison. Our day ended with our pillows being delivered at midnight (since the new unit had none) at midnight, some hour and a half after Adam had called for ...
We had a beautiful day in sunny San Francisco. We decided to do the planned bike ride across the Golden Gate Bridge this morning. It was forecast to be very hot today so we were up and at 'em and in high spirits. So high in fact that there was a little impromptu beatbox session on the way to the bike hire place. This was finished off with a group vocal rendition of 'War, What Is It Good For?' (absolutely nothing, say it again yah). I have two things to add. 1) I wasn't involved ...
... night for speaking with other people all in all!
Thursday I had a bit of a lazy day, I was pretty exhausted from the late night. I did wander down to the piers and have a look at the inside market. There was a whole shop full of gluten free things which was pretty cool. I got a sandwich for my lunch and sat by the water in the sunshine. I could feel the fingers of homesickness poking at me. Those nasties. I went back to the hostel ...
... to walk up and even down. But the views were amazing, and I found a little laneway called Macondray Lane which had beautiful houses on one side and lush gardens on the hill on the other. I could glimpse inside a couple of them and saw the spectacular views to Alcatraz through their windows. I spoke to a man going into his house and he agreed that moving house is a nightmare!
I walked up and back down Lombard Street which I ...
... to say the least. The kids are not all that impressed by Lombard, but we can check it off the list now.
We head downtown so we can cross the bay bridge into Oakland and begin our journey out towards Yosemite to spend the night. As it is 7pm on a weeknight, we are still dealing with the tail end of rush hour, but it is an amazing difference between the crowds down by the wharf, and the financial district which is quickly becoming a ghost ...