Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pacifica
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... plan to visit the Red Woods and drive the northern California and Oregon coasts.
Traveling with a 1 Year Old
Several times I’ve said to Annie, "Whose idea was it to go on a two month road trip with a one year old?" Of course, it was my idea. I wrote the grant application and thought a two month road trip was a cool idea. The good folks at the Lily Endowment agreed, but they don’t have to spend two months on the road with a one year old!
... did a bit of shopping in Abercrombie & Fitch and Bloomingdales. I bought a hoody. Got on a tram then the cable car back to Cow Hollow. Booked an HI hostel in Sacramento and downloaded directions then set off. Saw some massive houses, saw some cool windmill in the golden gate national park-stopped off for dinner about 6pm on the coast just as the sun was setting (gorgeous sunset). Crossed GGB just after dinner. Arrived Sacramento about 10:30pm. Straight to bed.
... by car. The drive and views of the Marin Headlands are reminiscent of the Cabot Trail, but with a city in the background. Truly breathtaking.
We stopped in Sausalito for lunch and grabbed a table overlooking the bay at a well reviewed local bakery. Another great meal in our bellies we wandered around the adorable town a bit and then headed to a military museum. Specifically it is a hydraulic model, the largest of its kind, of the ...
... of street performers. I walked all the way along the 40 odd piers and finished at the fishermans wharf area. From there I walked up a ridiculously steep road for a while until I came to a small park which gave great views over the city centre and bay. Rested up here and chilled for a while before heading back to the hostel early evening. On the Sunday, I went to golden gate park. A huge park area filled with all sorts, museums, athletics stadium, golf course, ...
... The one thing that I didn’t expect was the 3 foot tall racoon scratching on the back sliding doors one evening looking for food. I know what a racoon is, but a 3 foot tall one!! DAMN what has this guy been eating!!! All in all, lovely people, great conversations and chilled out times! Thanks Elisha and Andrew for organising!
For those that have been to San Francisco the weather is definitely a talking point - especially in summer. One would think that ...