Country Hearth Inn San Francisco
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... invited to walk around a great mini-museum that company had created to show the origins of the bakery in the 19th Century with immigrants from France to modern day, how the sourdough bread is made and loads of samples. The whole exhibition is set up around the working bakery and the kids loved waiving at ‘Mike’ as he sent the next batch of dough downstairs to be split into loaves and sent for baking. There ...
... sign out front that said "Next Available Cruise Leaves August 19", but we already knew that. We just went there to check out the pier and the gift shop. Of course I had to get an Alcatraz t-shirt. Next stop was to wander down to the famous Pier 39 where all the action happens. It was still early, around 10:00, so we figured we better get our tickets for the Blue & Gold line Escape from the Rock Harbor Tour. The boat left at 11:30, ...
And so to San Francisco. After a short flight, where they managed to lose Tracey's case, we were sitting in Neptunes on Pier 39. A nice chilled glass of wine went down well with the sun as we ate fresh seafood looking out over Alcatraz and the Bay. Before gold changed everything, San Francisco was a small Spanish village built by conscripts from the Native American communities. The gold rush in the mid-1800s turned a village of about 800 into a city of over 100,000 more or less ...
... everything was closed, including most of the Starbucks. I passed by many awesome looking buildings including a particularly impressive looking Wells Fargo and eventually found a schwarma place. I was in luck as I have always loved schwarma and haven't had one as good since I left Mobile in April. Turns out this place didn't disappoint. I waked back to the Hostel and ate in my dining room downstairs. While there I decided to talk to the two people at the table next to mine who ...