Ocean Park Motel
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... finished with a dessert Port wine that was a true gamble but ended up being one of my favorites. Each bottle I tried was at least $40 and all of these definitely seemed worth the price. After all that wine, I knew I had to go home to Daytona soon because my parents had shipped a bunch of this stuff home following their trip here. There's also a deli/restaurant at this vineyard and some nice seating areas set up outside so I decided to have a panini. I ordered and went outside to take ...
... house?". It turned out he was a fan of the movie too and had even brought along photographs of shots from the film. He spent ten minutes showing us the pieces that have changed through the years and even told us about the lion statues in front of the neighbours house that were still there from when it was filmed. He left us to take pictures and outside the house there are now some small trees but at the base of the trees are rocks which are covered in messages from ...
... you have ever seen. Near the Presidio was also the head office for George Lucas films, where Adam was able to get his geek on (see photos). Off over the famous bridge to Sausalito, a small artsy bay side town, for a spot of lunch and then to the Muir Woods to view the majestic giant redwoods. They really are massive!! We returned to the city exhausted, after our last stops in the Haight district (also known as the big hippie ...
Day 4 of our Road trip
Monday we woke up in our motel in South San Francisco, near
to the airport. It’s a lot cooler here than we thought it would be, nearly
everyday we’re having to wear coats just to keep warm. We started off today
with a lovely long sleep in, which after 4 days mostly sleeping in the car was
MUCH needed. Then off we went to Lombard street, the ‘crookedest’ street in the
world. People have their weddings there! ...
... grateful for the wind that had picked up as our energy levels were fading and it was helping to keep us awake long enough to laugh at the sea lions chilling on Pier 39. We opted for a picnic-style dinner at the flat with supplies from Trader Joe's (an amazing, cheap and healthy California institution) including the obligatory 2 Buck Chuck (great wine that is actually no longer $2 but $2.49) and called it a night. The ...