Half Moon Bay Inn
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... Moon Bay has a huge Art and Pumpkin festival in mid October that according to the owner of the inn, brings in 15 000 people during the weekend. Naively, I never thought of pumpkins growing in California, but I also didn't know that California produces rice! Guess I have to learn more about agriculture. Also, Jack lost a tooth last night and the Tooth Fairy gave him a toonie and an American one dollar bill. According to Jack, the Tooth Fairy must have dual citizenship!
... was fantastic. There were so many people, kids and dogs there and it was very entertaining just watching people, especially some of the dancing.
I caught the bus back to Market & Powell and picked up some sushi and snacks, then had dinner at the hostel.
On Monday I had my favourite flavour of Quaker Oats - maple and brown sugar, with juice, coffee and fruit. I had plenty of time before the train to Mountain View so I walked to the station, ...
... San Fran. This is one EXPENSIVE city. We wore our winged hats and butterfly wings on our backs. Learned NOTHING - I really thought they would do a seminar on how to do facebook or twitter or something. NOPE, just a little food. That was a one and done event.
Wenches Gone Wild was same price - MUCH BETTER FOOD!! Had a filet at Fishermans Grotto on the water front. Was good food!!!! Good fun watching everyone in pirate clothes. ...
... restrained picking up some Levi jeans and tops. I even resisted the Cheese Cake shop - the restaurant at the top of Macey's mainly because the line for the tables was too long and I rationalized that I need to fit the jeans.
I had to check out Frank Lloyd Wright designed - V.C Morris Gift Shop just off Union Square in Maiden Lane. Designed in 1948 it incorporates the now legendary spiral ramp theme which Wright had already designed for the ...
... first stop of my bus tour, where instead of hopping on and off as the tour was intended to be taken I stayed on the bus for the whole circular route! Let me say one thing: the Golden Gate Bridge is flippin' windy!! I nearly lost my glasses crossing the bridge both ways on the top deck of a double decker bus! A cable car back and I was done being a tourist for the day! Later that day I met the group that I'd be travelling with for the next few weeks - ...