Motel 6 Pinole
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... included) and was delicious! We walked over the road to the sea and sat on the wall and had lunch, then wandered up the road and picked up a few bits and pieces, before stopping at an ice cream parlour - where Collis got strawberry Margarita ice cream and I had a coffee milkshake - it was so good!!! We then headed back to the bus and headed back to San Francisco, luckily as we had made good time, the driver stopped off at a view point for ...
... coast and then inland towards Utah to see some of the famous rock formations.
After a couple of hours driving that afternoon, and a typically heart attack inducingly good burger you would expect of the USA, we hit the hay just north of Monterey, scene of a shooting across the road when Carter and myself travelled through a few years previously, this time thankfully we got away without any led being expelled in our vicinity this time. Last time I drove down the coast ...
... the BART for US$8.65!!
While transiting to the city, it was interesting to see the rows of houses that permeate SF. It is such a 'planned' city with rows and rows of houses - reminded me of the 'Little Boxes' song written and composed by Malvina Reynolds. This 'arrangement' continued all the way into the central city. It made it easy to get around. SF is such a walkable city with most attractions in the wider 'Downtown' area ...
... Square, the centre of the CBD and headed toward Fisherman's wharf (where we were yesterday), which is literally on the other side of town. The kids wanted to shop a little (surprise!), so the walk was very slow to start. Then the hills started. The high rises are on steep slopes that slowed traffic and trams and Mitchell HS students and teachers.
We walked through China Town, ...
... first apart from the cub we saw in Canada.) We appreciate human interaction has made these wild animals a little more tame but they seemed a bit wooden to us.
After climbing our way out of the Yosemite and then traversing the long flat, arid plains west we arrived in San Francisco after about 4 hours. Our record dead straight patch was 7 miles and we saw a large wind farm with turbines that looked like they ...