Sea Breeze Motel
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... 66 and the Golden Gate. The reliable thud of Bluebird’s engine below and the wingmen in the rearview; watching our backs and making space in the outer lane when we needed it.
Before we set out a dear friend directed me to “take care of the precious cargo on the back.” I thought this somewhat strange because we really didn’t pack anything expensive! But seriously, whilst most of the bikers ...
The day dawned in glorious sunshine ( sorry ) so Simon went for a nice long run (12k) along the Bay Walk. This time heading in the other way, Jason - I hope you have been running!
After watching some tennis and loading some blogs Myra picked S, S & L up to head into town before so we could get a park close to the wharf. Rachel had headed off earlier to explore the Castro, Mission areas and Dolores ...
... the top of Macy's' in Union Square you may catch a glimpse of the view the pair head their only to find a full house with no chance of a beer. Cirsty and Ryan head back to Bush st after a full day of playing tourist before making it back to Pip the health conscious duo choose a large which looks more like an extra large pizza for dinner to cap off their 20km + mountainous walk. Pip is pleased to see them return for an early night (11.30pm). ...
... to Hyde Street to catch the Cable Car trolley to Lombard Street – "the crookedest street in the world". From Lombard Street we walked to Fishermans Wharf to take pictures of Alcatraz, shop, buy homemade sourdough bread at Boudin Bakery and tour Pier ...
... 8217;s request, named it after conservationist John Muir.
Today, Muir Woods is the only old-growth coastal redwood forest in the San Francisco Bay area and one of the last on the planet. The trees that grow under these giants are called understory plants and they must adjust to the low light conditions in order to survive. Some trees adapt by growing big leaves to try to catch the sunlight, while others bend and twist towards any available light ...