Travelodge Mill Valley/Sausalito
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Cute town with hella nice houses!
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... but realised it was a lot further than we originally thought. We managed to hail a real taxi cab – we asked what the deal was with the black cars and he said they were gypsy cabs touting for business. They don’t have meters or licences and would take you for a ride – literally.
Another brilliant day in this beautiful city. No plans for tomorrow yet might just take our last day in San Francisco ...
... At least it was English speaking...SEA should be fun...though having said that, I did have to find someone who spoke train announcer, as I threw in that towel very early in the route, it sounded like the adults in Charlie Brown. For fear of ending up in Pittsburgh, I asked the guy behind me to translate. After that it was only another 10 questions to get to my hostel. Piece of cake. The hostel was nicely located. Went for a walk ...
... grab a chowder bowl at Boudin's for lunch, and then return to the Pier in evening. It's always busy around the Sea lions, and we had to clamber up onto the raised platforms to see over the heads of the crowd. They're so cute, and lazy... but there were a few splashing about in the water, arfing at their platform neighbours, and generally making a mischief of themselves for the amusement of the crowd ...
... hippy town that was very carnival like along the beach. We even saw a beach volleyball tournament! Along the way we stopped off at a lookout of some HUGE waves! We stood there in awe of how big they were. I've never seen any this big! Megan ran down to touch the water. After this we headed straight into San Fran! We checked into our hotel (not very amazing for $350 a night!) We showered for the first time in 3 days! Hooray! Our first stop was to book a night tour ...
... were only able to climb to the first peak.
To get back to where we needed to catch the ferry back, we took the bus back to Castro station. But then we were told that instead of taking the metro back, we could take the trolley bus. So on our one day pass, we rode the cable car, the metro, the transit bus, and the trolley bus. A great value! And we were quite satisfied ...