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We were up bright and early for another bright start to the day, a bus to Chinatown, which gradually filled with more and more people wearing running gear.
Today our electric bike tour would be affected by the Bridge to Bridge race on one side and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass on the other.
Our walk through Chinatown was an education. Sunday must be market day because all the shops were open with their fresh produce spilling onto the ...
Checked out late this morning (11:00 am) and had a leisurely ride to San Francisco.
Bit hard to follow Scott McKenzie's advice to wear a flower in your hair whilst donning a helmet - Ah ! but the Hippie Spirit was with me as I returned to San Francisco.
Located my apartment on Lombard St and got settled in without any hassles.
I even have a garage to securely park my bike - now ...
... Creek Redwoods where we saw the aptly named 'Big Tree' who 1500 years old and standing over 90 meters tall. We also finally found a trail that Pickles walk on which he was very happy about.Next we travelled along the avenue of Giants which I have to say is truly magical. Soaring Redwoods pack in the ever twilight of the their canopy. We had 33 miles of the pure bliss as we drove in near silence just in awe of the beauty forest we were travelling through.After ...
... third-base side. I had a beautiful view of the action and the bay. Boom!
Without getting too bogged down in the details of baseball, teams generally have a rotation of five starting pitchers, who pitch once each every five or six days. Obviously, the quality of pitchers can vary, and pitching matchups have a massive influence on the quality of the game. I was lucky - the starting pitcher for my game was Madison Bumgarner, who was the hero for the Giants ...
Given that I love San Francisco, I have been looking forward to this stage of the Atkins Tour. I have been here twice before and have always loved the place. It is relaxed, cosmopolitan, small enough to walk around, has beautiful scenery and the people are great. Also, 7 days in the heart of NYC with two young kids is about as much as we could handle. The sheer volume ...