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... bridge span in the world (1,7 miles) when it was completed, and has become an internationally recognized symbol of San Francisco and California. The famous red-orange color of the bridge was specifically chosen to make the bridge more easily visible through the thick fog that frequently shrouds the bridge. Approximately 120,000 automobiles drive across it bridge every day. The Golden Gate Bridge is said to be one of the most photographed things on Earth.
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Our final day in San Fran arrived far too soon for our liking but we decided we would have one last pampering session before we left so made ourselves appointments at a very posh hair salon and both got well deserved and much needed hair cuts – it was bliss.
After strolling around and enjoying the city a little more we boarded our flight and headed to New York for our last night in the ...
San Francisco from the bridge - The city shrouded in mist which happens most days.
Tiburon, near San Francisco - A non tourist town with lots of money. The real estate is generally US$2 million plus. A ferry runs to Angel Island which now only has a caretaker living on it and hikers, bikers and picnickers go for the day. Angel Island used to be used as an immigration ...
... views of Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco. The smog sits over the city landscape, swallowing the end of the Golden Gate Bridge and almost making the city appear as some sort of ghost town; contrasting with the lively hustle and bustle of San Francisco and the surrounding areas. There are still green patches but, patches are all that is left of any luscious surroundings. Rain needs to be on the cards but, unfortunately, this game is called 'waiting' and the residents are being ...
... her seeing as she had not been here for 12 years! We drove straight to mount Diablo to see if we could park for the night but it was to be $40 in total which we thought was pretty extortionate so decided to park outside a good old Safeway to cook our instant spaghetti meatballs (Jenny's favourite out of our instant meal choices). The following day we headed to mount diablo to do our hike. It was incredibly hot still so a long hike was definitely off the cards. The countryside ...