Country Hearth Inn San Francisco
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Chatted with two local women at the bar - a bit freaky - but their names were Marilyn and Janice - the same names as my two sisters-in-law. They gave me a run down on the history of the bar and Lucy the bartender ...
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... events of the day. I found it a little lonely, though. I took lots of pictures, but sometimes I found myself turning remark something and had no one the remark it to. I caught the lilting tune of U2's "Iris" coming from a laundromat and wanted to point it out, instead found myself humming it for the rest of the walk. So you know what that means, right? Next time I offer THREE TIMES to buy you a ticket to come to San Francisco with me, you're not allowed to say no.
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After that, I took a walk down to Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf. I ate a world-famous* clam chowder in a sourdough bowl, because a bucket of cream is much better than something fried and/or processed. The bread was a bit old, but the show-derr (“chowdah!”) was good. There were also sea lions on the pier, which were doing sea liony things, like… sitting around in the sun and doing nothing.