Pacifica Motor Inn
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... get to sleep until 3am, burning the candle at both ends, and why the hell not! Back at sea now, 3 days away from our next stop, Hawaii (not a bad place to stop next eh). We’ve taken a 100 mile detour to avoid bad weather but the sea is really choppy again, they’ve even closed all the outer decks; most people complain but I love the swirling and rocking around, it’s like a giant rollercoaster. Last night we had another gala party with the Captain (we ...
Ok, so what's it famous for? The Golden Gate Bridge. About thirty years ago, it was famed for being the biggest single span suspension bridge in the world. Then we built the Hull toll bridge. Nuff said. And it wasn't glitzy. I really was expecting to be wowed and I wasn't. It was a rust red colour....what's Golden about that? However, I did enjoy the rest of San Fran. We started by taking a bus to Haight Ashbury. Which is actually ...
... I have to say, with around 6 tastings in each venue, we managed to achieve all of our objectives (Mr Ofsted would be pleased!) and after a long, but interesting day, we had one final stop to make.
After the weather we had left behind in the mkrnng, I did not hold out much hood that the final stop would be a success. We were taken high jo into one of the hills surrounding San Francisco, which was immediately to the front of the Golden Gate Bridge. In our absence, it ...
... the authorities to not demolish it all. It is quite impressive. We then took the HOHO bus to Fishermans Wharf and then had lunch at Boudin Bakery and caught HOHO to Washington Square and climbed some real steep streets and many steps to top of Telegraph. Hill and Coit Tower. then back through the sights to the hotel. We then visited some of the shops around Union Square like Macy's and ...
... years, but i soon got
the hang of it. I rode along the waterfront, stopping to take
pictures every so often, rode out to the start of the bridge, had to
work out how to get on the bridge road itself, then it was easy going
straight across, even with the wind and all the traffic. Once over
the other side it was a short trip to Sansilito, where i tied my bike
up with other bikes, got an ice cream and the ferry ticket, then
joined the long line to ...