Country Hearth Inn San Francisco
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... m not talking about one or two on every corner I'm talking groups of people lining every block. I've never seen anything like it. I even saw people doing open drug deals on the street. I definitely did not like this place. I was feeling more than a little odd; this was the first night where I didn't have a specific purpose the next day. Previously it had all been go go go with moving around and not staying in one place for more than one night but I was going to be here for a while so ...
... not good for photos. Luckily there was a photo stop the other side of the bridge and most got out. We stayed and nabbed the rear seats :-) it was foggy and windy up here so we got blown around but much better for photos. We went to Sausalito, an up market seaside town, then snaked back up to the freeway and back over the bridge for the return journey. Got some good photos of the bridge looking backwards out of the back of the bus! Back at the drop ...
... that time we saw mice, the toilet doors could not be locked so Charlotte walked in on tramps ********. There was always some Vietnamese woman in the toilet/shower. The shower curtain had **** and or blood on it. The guy who lived in the room next door would get up at 6am and sing at the top of his voice. This is hell. I complained to Booking.com and got $50 credit but nothing was worth staying there.
Unfortunately the place we stayed has a big bearing on ...
... vibe, others paid homage to the city's maritime location and sold fresh seafood by the bucket! However, we knew where we were headed. Straight to Pier 39, first to mingle with the local sealion population who have made it their home (stinky!) and then to feed our own faces (and indulge my love of all things Gump!) and made straight for the shrimpin' delights of Bubba Gump Shrimp Company.
Of course, we bought the ubiquitous souvenir, this time settling on a cap which is ...
... and with that, we were ready to leave and head down the coast back to L.A.
We stayed in an RV park next to the Motion Pictures Studios so we were camped up next to Sandra Bullock's make up artist and amidst various actors and crew members filming yet another Fast and Furious sequel.
On our first day back in the city, we decided to go to Huntington Beach. It was only when we were getting frequently showered in sand by racing dogs and sprayed with ...