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... when we got to Fisherman's Wharf, I didn't expect it to have so much going on there. There were lots of buskers, musicians, shops and of course the water. We had a lot of fun seeing it all and then could hear some odd noises from the dock. When we investigated it was a huge colony of sea lions that had perched themselves up onto some floating platforms to bask in the afternoon sun. They were very amusing. There were so so many of them all ...
... own fortune but we couldn’t so it was effectively just us going into a dark room to look at some Chinese people.
The end of the walk took us up some hill which had 360 views of the city. Don’t. Give. A. ****. The walk down was cool as it went down through a crazy tropical street which allegedly has parrots but we didn’t see any.
The steps led to the waterfront. One of the biggest things to do here is visit Alcatraz, Charlotte has done ...
Stepping inside the "cabin" was like going into a contemporary mansion. The entire color scheme was black and white. All the walls were white, and the furniture matched everything. Photos of Audrey Hepburn lined the walls and smooth, black plastic chairs were strategically placed in multiple areas just for the aesthetic affect. The house was three stories tall and had not one or two but five bedrooms. Five.
It was ...
... sound scape" and enjoy and respect nature. I show it to the girls, and I am once again reminded that my kids are pretty awesome as they walk through quietly. But there are many adults who don't heed the signs and go right on talking. The girls take note, and shake their heads... who knew that all I needed to get silence was a sign!
As we get back to the park entrace, we run into our first of many "Gift Shops" that we will stroll through. ...
... Field, a former US Army airfield built on filled in salt marshes is now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. There were many people having picnics on the lawns and probably stay on for the fireworks later on in the day. Some even had tents up; not surprising given cold fog that kept pouring in from the sea which almost obscured the bridge. Many had American flags and were dressed in stars and ...