All Seasons Lodge
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... he managed to find. And so completes his set of four turtles. I also got to have a Starbucks coffee - it was yum! And then the Gobers arrived in San Francisco - yayyyyyyyy!! I haven't seen Caroline for about a year and a half, and haven't seen my little nephews for so many more years!!! I was ecstatic to be able to see them all. James had never met his cousins ...
... groups and make our way down to the boats. We got the lead guide and a small group which meant we would have to work a lot harder. Sitting in the boat we do some further padel instructions being slightly excited I got told to slow down a bit as everyone has to be in sink. I blame them for all being slow and lazy. We hit straight into class 3 rapids and get a taste of what the day is going to be like. Rapid after rapid the thrill of the white ...
...and so on to San Francisco.
Our hotel is in the old harbour area, and carries a somewhat nautical theme which is rather funky and fun. The complimentary bedroom bathrobe, instead of being bulk standard white, is a sort of imitation leopard skin. We decide we have to have photos of each other wearing this, so Jane cons me into going first and then refuses to allow me to take her picture afterwards. Somehow I feel men have been falling ...
... had to wait for 30 mins at the northern end of the bridge for the bus - the fog horn was blowing and just the tips of the city buildings visible above the fog. Amazing.
In true Hassard style we took the last bus of the day to Sausalito in the dark, so couldn't see much. Had a walk down the main street, many top end restaurants, galleries and shops, way out of our league, but gorgeous.
... top floor of a five storey concrete carpark, situated a block away from the water on the other side of both The Embarcadero and Beach St - undoubtedly it's height would have been advantageous, but we questioned why anyone would pay $300 for a view not much better than what we had yesterday for free. We were later told that food and drink was included in the cost - as Sarah pointed out, there would need to be a lot of it! We wandered up and down a ...