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... way to explore the Cell House with lots of spoken information from actual inmates, correction officers and their families. It's a great way to keep people moving around all the exhibits. Ben really enjoyed this as he was off following his directions to the letter. If the man said stop at cell 142, that's exactly what he did!
After viewing the cell wings, solitary confinement, escapees cells, exercise yard, showers and dining hall we handed back the audio sets ...
... It was a beautiful view and our photos do not do it justice.
On the way we passed the Palace of Fine Arts.
We then drove on to the small town of Sausalito which was a picturesque little town with a population of 7,500.
We then drove back to Pier 39 where Phillip had a cold drink and I had my first coffee in a week at a nice Italian place called Cioppino's. It was very nice indeed.
... taking a drive to Kendal Jackson via the Naked Wines tasting room. Couldn’t believe we’d fallen upon one of my favourite wine clubs from home and they had some wines from South Africa and Australia that we love. We bought a rather tasty local Viognier by F Stephen Millier then moved on out to Kendal where it would have been lovely spend some time relaxing in their gorgeous garden. Instead it was a quick tasting and we were gone. We had a date with Russian River at ...
... br> And then he came back and said we should't park here because there's broken glass everywhere!!!! Oh yes...like really everywhere!!!
At a public parking lot there was a sign: Attention! This parking is unattended!!
okaaaay...so it's probably not that safe parking over here!! And the garage costs 15/20$ per hour. So sightseeing out of our car!! :-)))
We drove to chinatown and got some lunch. We drove around town, ...
... Lombard St. As we were approaching the hill I could hear shouting from the trailing car behind; I turn around and mum's face is white with fear, and she's yelling at dad telling him she wants to get out. Dad, naturally, ignored her and followed us down. It actually wasn't scary at all - even for mum. Ryan had to ride the brakes a little, but it was pretty straight forward otherwise. After returning the car we walked to Ghiradelli Square - the 'Cadbury' of the ...