Travelodge Mill Valley/Sausalito
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Cute town with hella nice houses!
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... close together. Then one out of the group would started barking, this would then set off one of the others to bark back. It was very amusing and Jack and I found it very entertaining.
After some time we made our way back to the hotel and on our way back the clouds had lowered and the view of the Golden Gate Bridge was very limited. (It was around 5pm).
We got back to the motel and checked in. We ended up ordering pizza and pasta to be delivered. ...
... so I hadn’t been bothered but now I’m here I want to. Unfortunately the tours were booked up for the next 2 weeks so that was that. From here we wandered around the front and got chatting to a German girl with an Australian accent, she was angling for a lift to LA which we’d have given her if we’d been going there even though she was a bit of a ****, like many we met on the last trip.
We had time to kill before heading to the baseball so ...
... When we arrived, there were still people scurrying around trying to fix the house up-- apparently, we were the first ever people to rent out the house for the weekend, and they were still wiring up the television when we walked through and some of the paint was even still drying. After introducing ourselves to the family, we left them to finish cleaning while we went to Muir Woods to hike.
Parking was ridiculous. It took an hour ...
... of course want to buy something everywhere we go, but we settle on some postcards, although Lorraine had her eye on a big redwood salad bowl... until she saw that it was $300.
We head back to the car having had our fill of nature for the day, and feeling a bit smaller having seen those amazing trees. As we head out, we see that the parking is now almost 3 miles down the hill and there is a steady stream of folks hiking up to the park. We make ...
... During the week we had seen many houses and shops with flags and bunting we expected that the whole town would be covered in flags. Surprisingly festivities on the bay seemed to be casual and low key.
The climb up to the bridge was very busy with lots of bikes and walkers. It was very gusty up on the bridge. The bridge is the icon on San Francisco and an engineering wonder when It opened in 1937. Until ...