Travelodge Mill Valley/Sausalito
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Cute town with hella nice houses!
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... cars. One guy got out walked forward then jumped into the air as if he had seen a ghost, ran back around his car then into the driver seat and sped off, is everyone in america on drugs or summin? Bunch of weirdos. Just after that a car pulls up next to us and shines a very bright torch into the window, its the police, who i am actually glad to see. He wanted to make sure we couldnt sleep there but he was friendly enough to offer his help of where we could ...
... Jonathan's parents in their car. We couldn't find them for about forty minutes and it wasn't until Jonathan called them from a pay phone that we established contact and told them to come to the main parking lot where we were. They found us, and, once again, we were lucky and found another "bus only" parking spot that was now available.
Finally, we started along the 2.6 mile hike, and the whole forest was gorgeous. We took ...
... by enormous desserts and a rather full feeling as we got back to the car. Off we set with the top down and we crossed the Golden Gate Bridge. At the northern end we stopped at the vista point and took pictures of the bridge and San Francisco. We also put the roof of the car up to keep the wind away as the evening was drawing in. At the end of an action packed day we reached the hotel and settled down for the night.
... giving the most stunning views of the valley below and several giant water falls that could be heard faintly. Arrived in time for sunset. A classic looking park ranger, reminding us of some toy story character did a speech on the area as the sun set on the area. To be honest, the views were so good, didn't actually listen to him at all. The sky went slightly orange and the top of the mountain peaks pink as the sun set. Heading back down we were faced with the petrol ...
... originally sailed between San Francisco & Europe around Cape Horn. It was crazy to stare up the masts & imagine a crew member up almost 145 feet working the rigging on a stormy sea. Our kids didn't think they'd want that job!
A little more walking & a little chocolate buying wrapped up our downtown tour before we headed to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow, our journey up the coast continues.