Great Highway Motor Inn
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... to our upcoming tour of the city. We drove along the Marin Headlands and stopped at several viewpoints for pictures. You almost can't stop taking pictures of the bridge! It really is an amazing sight.
After about a half hour of bridge-gawking, we headed off to the Marine Mammal Center, which is a nonprofit veterinary research hospital and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals – primarily elephant ...
... dog friendly - people are very helpful - grocery shopping and calling for campsites is a daily task. - getting lost despite the gps is ...
... watched it all going on - it was just how I thought it would be. Sun sand and sea. Everyone in beach shorts and bikinis. Beach volleyball. Love it.
The night before we left for San Fransisco we went to watch the big movie of the moment - San Andreas. Well best to be prepared we thought.
Americans do everything big - cinemas are obviously no exception.
It was a big building.
It was a big screen.
The seats were double size and a big ...
... many locals told us we were lucky to have such clear skies. It's common for the bridge to be hidden by fog at some point everyday.
Once over the bridge the good news its downhill all the way to Sausalito. After 10 minutes of free-wheeling we rolled in to Sausalito and spotted the wives waving at us from a waterfront café.
What a lovely little village to relax and recharge the ...
... and some really good bike roads to ride so before dinner we took a ride around Berkeley especially Grizzly peak Boulevard a very twisty road with some fantastic views. The plan was to have a ride around and head back for dinner later and watch the sunset over San Francisco but my head light had blown so we headed ...