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... bus tour and the whole city was full of energy and people in Halloween costumes. We went across the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island and the city skyscrapers were smothered in orange lighting for the baseball team. Oh if England ever win the World Cup... Of course no first trip to San is complete without a visit to Alcatraz or riding a cable car. The cable cars were a great way to admire the amazing views the steep hills gave over the city, ...
... Sheila and Lily and off we went to Fisherman’s Wharf to meet the bus. The woman giving the tour was called AJ - she was really amusing and made the tour lots of fun. It was cool to see clips from movies like Mrs Doubtfire, Interview with a Vampire and Dirty Harry and see the places outside the window at the same time. We got off and had some pictures outside Mrs Doubtfire’s house. It was a good way to see more of the city than ...
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Then drove to the Red Coach Motor Lodge which had free parking and unloaded all our luggage ready to return the car the next morning. By then it was time to make our way to Motown The Musical and we had planned to walk there but the Hotel's owner, Jane (2nd Generation American Born Chinese) suggested we should cab it. By ...
... in mist blowing a gale and FREEZING cold. No sooner had we crossed than we drove through the viewing car park (which was packed) and back across again.
The second last stop on the tour was Pier 39 (there are a string of odd numbed piers around Fisherman's Wharf - some for fishermen, some for ferries and some like Pier 39 with shops and restaurants.) Catherine had told us at Sebastian's that a must do experience in San Fran was wandering ...
... to see the nightlife of San Francisco. We headed to the Embarcadero area to see the Bay Bridge lights display, which was great. Jumped on the F streetcar headed up to Pier 39 to get a few photos, but things were closing by now and it was awfully windy and cold. We didn't stay here for too long. We got the streetcar back to Market St and walked up to our hotel room. Now it's time for me to get some sleep before our busy day ahead... on the road!