Travelodge Mill Valley/Sausalito
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Gosh I love lazy mornings, and Vegas is one of the best places for that I reckon since sightseeing doesn't start till the sun disappears...
We walked down to the sign this morning, I was quite syprised the line was so much smaller than I expected from the amount of people in Vegas. We were over dressed as we expected it to be chilly but it cheated up nicely. Temperature is much better this time round than last time its ...
Our last day in San Francisco and its time to explore around where we are staying. We head down to Union Square and end up in Macy's. Gretchen finds some shopping and the boys find the Christmas decorations. Paul has the unfortunate job of juggling between everyone and has succeeded in losing more hair with that remaining taking on a grey streak, so much for the relaxing holiday! We leave the shops and head towards a park. The boys are in desperate need of some running ...
... beautiful park. The girls laugh at me (Elisa) because one of my sneakers squeaks with every step and we say that this is the way we will not get lost. They laugh and laugh.
Then, we went to see one race of the America's Cup which was won by the New Zealand team. The village is open to everyone and because there was a lot of people and a great ambiance, we spent quite a lot of time ...
... to San Fran. We had a long queue to get onto the bridge in some really heavy traffic. When filming with the gopro a woman in the car next to us made a remark “C’mon you can do better than that with a GoPro!” I then preceded to say that USA traffic was an extreme sport.
We got to the toll both eventually and paid the $6 fee. We arrived in San Fran and we drove around the financial district before parking at Pier 39. We headed onto the pier at it was freezing. ...
... the other end. Francesca made full use of the large play park ;) Then out into haight ashby area - famous for hippies and the grateful dead. Very colourful! Onto buena vista park and a climb to the top of the hill for some stunning views over SF. Back north to Alamo square to see the painted ladies (old houses with a stunning backdrop of the modern cityscape behind). Then back south to Castro - the gay area for some interesting shop names ;) ...
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Cute town with hella nice houses!
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