Point Reyes Station Inn
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... when he opens the back and I find my case sunken in shape from the other cases piled/thrown above. Luckily nothing was broken and there was not a shampoo explosion like I had feared! But it was a close one! The HI downtown SF hostel is a lot nicer than I had expected. For starters, it's not a shed, the sink and toilet are in the same room (we have an ensuite) and I haven't found any ants in the ...
It was particularly nice to slow down the pace in San Francisco after a hectic 6 weeks or so. During our time in San Fran, we spent much of our time exploring smaller bits and pieces, rather than booking in for tours and museums. After our late flight, we went to Fisherman's Wharf in search of food. We accidentally stumbled upon Boudin's, the oldest bakery in San Francisco. Conveniently, they also had a restaurant, so we stopped in for a fantastic dinner. The Boudin's have ...
... been converted into great shops and restaurants. The Cannery at Del Monte Square - Shops and restaurants. Ghirardelli Square - Chocolate lovers paradise, great shops and restaurants. San Francisco Maritime Historic Park at Hyde Street Pier and Aquatic Park, the famous Cable Cars on Hyde Street hill.
Although we missed out on getting into Alcatraz we had quite a day.
... need to pay to drive through and see this coastline. It is beautiful and the roads are well kept. There are a number of prestigious golf courses in this estate but I am not into golf and didn't know any of the names. Golf enthusiasts would know them though. We were told all about them, I drifted off and looked at the beautiful coastline. Along this section is the Lone Cypress pine. After travelling along this route we stopped off at the upmarket ...
... what? …sleep says Geoff. Geoff had been awake for the best part of 42 hours. We were smart and set the alarm to wake us up in 90 minutes. Geoff was asleep before his head hit the pillow and I wasn’t that far behind. Waking to the alarm wasn’t the most pleasant. A shower and clean clothes was what was needed.
Geoff in his infinite wisdom decided that we were going to walk up Lombard ...