America's Best Inn San Francisco
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... Williams as we stopped outside his former mansion. Apparently when kids came a trick or treating to his door, he would give them toothbrushes instead of lollies.
We bought lunch to go at a trendy Italian delicatessen and took our rolls to Lincoln Park Golf Course, where we sat on the edge of a fairway (on edge on the edge because of potential wayward golfballs) and admired the view of the bridge.
Then we headed to the extraordinary Legion ...
So we started going along the Big Sur which was amazing, the ocean looked turquoise and there were scenic stops on the way. We stopped at a cliff where there was a little beach down below and a waterfall. The road hugged the cliffs all the way round which was slightly nerve wracking at times. There was a great bridge that we went along which connected the cliffs together. Everyone had stopped there to take a photo as it's quite an iconic bridge. We ...
... our bags we set off to explore! Paul took us to The Buena Vista Café so we could try one of their famous Irish coffees. The strong whiskey-laced coffee arrived before our lunch so I was feeling very lazy afterwards!
After lunch Paul headed off for a meeting and Matt and I walked around the Marina District before attacking one of the steep streets to get to Lombard Street. It was a lovely sunny and fairly hot day which is apparently quite unusual ...
Another early start. Off to the train station by 8 and into the city we went. The public transport system seems to work pretty well but was a little too busy for us to stop and enjoy things like the historic street cars. Nevertheless, we made it onto the tour bus by 10 and headed off to see some fancy bridge.
Now, since we have heard it numerous times ourselves, we might as well share why there always seems to be fog over the Golden Gate Bridge. Due to ...
I slept fine, Amanda didn't. Porridge and fruit for breakfast. It's not the warmest of houses, and it reminds us a bit of theatrical digs we used to have to use years ago. Not complaining, it's just another experience along the way. Mid morning we caught a bus downtown and checked out the car hire garage off Union Square and visited the Tourist Centre for maps and ideas. Then took a tram down to the Ferry Building where there was a Farmers' Market ...