Point Reyes Country Inn & Stables
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... there are hundreds of thousands of Chinese living in China town (apparently the largest concentration of ex-pats from China), Russian Hill is no longer a distinctly Russian precinct and does not look particularly Russian. We drove over some of the cable car lines on streets so high you would be practically mountain climbing to get up them (we should know, as a day later we decided to mountain climb California Street). Interestingly, ...
... complete mind of their
own. Al Capone went there! I always knew that name, I never knew who he was or
why he was famous.
This evening we went to fisherman’s wharf, a beautiful
market/shopping street right on the waterfront near all the piers. We had
dinner at a place called ‘Cioppino’s’ and I had a lush prawn linguini with tomato,
basil and romano cheese. I savoured every mouthful! Since leaving camp, and
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Made it to San Francisco yesterday evening. Started in cold overcast skies and toured Avenue Of The Giants (Redwoods). Woe unbelievable the size of the trees, drove thru one that was really cool. On the route was a place called Confusion Hill. You go into this shack on the side of a hill and you play with gravity. I looked at Shane at one point and it looked like ...