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I didnt' expect anything. I just drove over the Golden Gate Bridge, and was in the middle of this beautiful city. San Francisco really has is own vibe. Fantastic. A city where I could live in it. It reminded me of Amsterdam. (Not the pub, the city). We stood a little outside, so we didn't have the big city noise. My big favourite was the Haight- …
... One of the girls is
moaning something shocking about how far it is and will she make it, I turned
around and said I’m 56 for goodness sake if I can do it you surely can, to
which she replied that they have been walking heaps the last 2 weeks!!!! I didn’t say a word but I did have an inward
We reached Sausalito and what a
pretty place it is, some of the houses are like mansions, and looking at the
cars going up ...
... literally of course! The golden gate bridge is truly gorgeous, and it’s not even the biggest or longest in San Francisco! But its definatly the best looking! Plus its sooo famous, that you feel like you’re in a movie when you travel across it! Definatly worth seeing!
So after those important things to do, we headed back over the bridge heading south on the highway 1, the coastal road! Heading to our first location “Santa ...
... it was a bit of a nightmare trying to find a working Payphone to call him - we ended up borrowing the Ben and Jerrys shop guys mobile, and getting a free waffle cone thrown in as well, we must've looked like right sorry states! So Jim pulled up outside in his huge black van, the door springs open automatically and a platform comes down to help him get in and out on his scooter, proper pimped out van! Our prior knowledge of the guy was pretty limited seeing as the one picture he had ...
... a little bit less daunting. I don't know what to expect and as much as I want to prepare myself, I know I cannot prepare myself for the unknown. Certainly, friends who have done things similar have offered their experience and advice, so let me not go SO far as to say "the unknown" but you know...unknown (to me).
I'm excited at the experiences. Excited to see how I will absorb the experience.