Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pacifica
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... so we'll see. That plus the cost of major AC repairs. The fun just never stops!!
We eventually crossed the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco. I have to say that the view from the bridge is a real "WOW". Great views of the Bay, part of the city and The famous Piers.
We went right down US1 through the western edge of SF and into Pacifica (suburb) on the south end. Was heavy traffic but not as bad as I thought it would be. Our campsite is right over the coast ...
... 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!
... to go into the locker rooms, practice cages, dugout and onto the diamond. We got to sit in the press box, and travel in special areas which would be just for the privileged sponsors or contributors to the park. I found the construction of the park interesting but don't think that the design helps with keeping the wind out... I have sat in that grandstand of a night and it was windy. Lol After our tour we had lunch in the special ...
... s most notorious prison, was exceptionally good. It was well paced, informative and you really got a feel for life as an inmate in the cell-house as well as that for the guards.
Back on the mainland, a packed lunch was provided courtesy of the tour company. This we ate on the motorised streetcar.
From Fisherman's Wharf we travelled to the Golden Gate Bridge, crossing it's span in our streetcar. Even though it was a warm day, the wind chill factor was ...
... along the eastern waterfront of San Francisco Bay. It was wonderful seeing the pubic artwork (especially Cupid's Span in Rincon Park), looking under the Bay Bridge (between San Francisco 'Downtown' and Yerba Buena Island) and wandering onto the many old and new (some renovated) piers.
Later in the afternoon I had made it to the famous Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf area. This area is TOURISTY and to be honest, a little 'tacky'!! Pier 39 is full off gift shops and ...