Pacifica Motor Inn
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... we were walking up the hill back to the Fairmont when all of a sudden horns started blaring, people were in the road screaming and hugging and the city just became one huge party. The San Francisco Giants (baseball) had just won the World Series. It remained that way for the entirety of our stay and accumulated into a precession through the city with crowds of 1.5 million. On the night of the possession and coincidentally Halloween we took the ...
... in San Francisco airport I find myself not really wanting to leave. If you’d have said that to me last Friday I might have laughed in your face but over the past eight days I have uncovered parts of the city that aren’t obvious at a cursory glance.
So enough introspect… Let’s get onto the stories. Wednesday morning came around and it was time for the San Francisco movie tour (as recommended by Jamie). I met ...
... so took the advice of a National Park ranger to visit Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge. It was just a short drive and it was free so took a few photos as well as looked around the fort. Fort Point was designed to defend the city against a Confederate attack during the Civil War which never eventuated because of the distance the Confederates would have had to travel to launch such an attack ie sail from the east coast right around South America.
... and shared it with another couple. Marie began chatting with them and we discovered that they were from Florida and were heading to Yosemite tomorrow, as we were. They were going to look at the Japanese Tea Garden that was over the other side of the amphitheater so we tagged along with them. It was $7 to go in so we all just looked in from the doorway - it was beautiful.
The tour continued across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was ...
... of the coast. We walked as far up enough to see parts of the Golden Gate Bridge from where we stood, then headed back to where we started. On our way back we had a quick look inside Golden Gate Park at the dutch style windmills, then exited the park onto Fulton and got the bus returning back to our hotel after grabbing some easy dinner (cheese and bean burrito) from Walgreens.
We refreshed ourselves and had a quick eat in our room, and ...