Travelodge San Francisco - Fishermans Wharf
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... some great photo opportunities of the Golden Gate Bridge on top. Bill forced me to stand there while he did his best Cecil B DeMille routine and took photos of me and Golden Gate Bridge!
Leaving the Fort we headed up and over the Golden Gate Bridge. Finally I had got to go over the Bridge and despite my initial intention to walk over, it was great to have Bill drive and provide a commentary (he was a Guide, remember)! The Bridge REALY ...
Day 2 saw us up and out early again. We headed off to cafe Hollywood for a nice big breakfast, hoping this would last us all day until dinner as we had a full day planned seeing the city on a hop on hop off bus. Starting at fisherman's wharf we boarded the double decker bus and were the only people aboard, so we had a private guided tour. The guide was really informative and friendly. No one else boarded the bus and we stayed on the whole way until we ...
... want to let him down, snapped a few pics and it was back to the streets of San Fran to shop.
It's hard to explain, but honestly, just being here and walking around is crazy. It's similar, but Sooo different, and it just gives you a warm feeling; a sense of accomplishment, even. It's odd, but it feels amazing.
Converse shop has a converse chandelier. Pretty cool. Just thought I'd add that in. Ooh and custom converses, which ...
... t fall off. The Lake District ain’t got nuttin on highway 1 I’m telling you. The side of the road, the side that I’m bloomin driving on, was a sheer drop. THE SIDE OF A CLIFF. I don’t think I have ever been so genuinely terrified in my entire life. For a straight hour and a half. About an hour in I’m getting exhausted and concerned that I’m just going to cry. Tears = impaired vision = driving off the side of a cliff. ...
... Copacabana, hot spring resort at Costa Rica, tree house in Amazon, machu picchu in Peru, kayak near glaciers in Chile, tango in Argentina and thats it, he was in. I didn't tell him about camping in Amazon, hiking Huayna picchu, trekking in Patagonia and hiking in El Calafate, this came as a surprise package for him. :)
Next task is to get all the visas, flights and hotels.