Travelodge San Francisco - Fishermans Wharf
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... We wandered through Fishermans Wharf for a while before heading back to the hotel for the Queen Anne very british afternoon tea and a well earned rest. Later we walked down to the Sweet Lime Thai restaurant which is opposite Sweet Maple where we had breakfast in the morning. We had a fine Thai meal which was a very welcome change. We reminisced about our trip to Thailand with proprietor and had a very pleasurable evening.
End of another long day.