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... center, a Gap and Forever 21 so figured we were on track. Just outside Gap was the end of the Cable Car rail, which traveled from the piers. They are pretty cool looking carts and they have to be manually turned around on a turntable at the end of the line. We will definitely have to get on one before we leave.
We walked down to Union Square as I heard it was nice around there. The actual square was nothing interesting and there was a bunch of extremely ...
I was keen to get up this morning and pack in as much of Monterey as I possibly could, before leaving for San Francisco. We were out and about by around 8.30 - 9.00 ish and the Main Street was very quiet...just waking up. I sort of thought this really fitting of Monterey, warming up to the day slowly, adding to its laid back vibe. We checked out of our hotel and decided to walk the half mile or so to Cannery Row. What a ...
... a cab stand and catch a cab back to the hotel. We arrive with 30 minutes to spare. A change of clothes and we are off to Sausalito for some site seeing and dinner at Angelinos. Scott and I have eaten there before and are looking forward to a return visit.
But before we can go to Sausalito we visit Lombard Street and Fort Scott. Our trip to the Fort brings us into contact with hundreds of bike riders who are renting bikes and riding across the Golden ...
... is pleading with him to quiet down to no avail. "Please use your indoor voice honey" doesn't work on this one, and probably never will. He is so loud that even my kids are looking at his mom like "lady, tell your kid to zip it"
He is also a bit impatient... as the flight attendant brings the beverage cart down the isle, he is telling her what he wants about 3 rows before she makes it to him and of course he is telling her LOUD. He then deicides he need ...
... so steep. Unfortunately they were testing out a new scheme where they shut the road and only let pedestrians down it because the residents were complaining about the traffic. We were able to drive down the steepest road Filbert Street, I had the honours of driving it, it's so scary going over the top and not knowing what's over the other side of the drop. We then headed down to Fishermans Wharf again for our bay cruise, the next one wasn't until half four so we spent some ...