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... us did not check the ferry times first. We had said to be in Sausalito for around 3pm... Our ferry did not leave San Francisco until 3:10. Oops. When the ferry did leave, the 'captain' manoeuvred wrong and dunched a pier pole hehe Anyway, we couldn't see them when we reached Sausalito, so we wandered around for a bit and had some ice cream, before catching the 6:10 ferry back to the ferry building.
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... conks out straight away, so the three of us explore, while she sleeps. This place is beautiful. A little town by the sea with great views of the San Francisco skyline in the distance. Lovely boutique shops, amazing boats in the docks, and a great feel to the place. Definitely our favourite place in San Francisco so far. We grab ice creams and stroll along the front in the beautiful sunshine watching people in the foreground, and the ...
... the gelato station, but Harlan was kind enough to point it out to me and I certainly didn’t want to miss that. After tasting a few flavors I settled on a small cup of blackberry cabernet….deliciously refreshing and it took care of my wine tasting and gelato craving! Across the street we found the coolest shop called Sign of the Bear Kitchenware and Dining Ware. They had unique items that we’d never seen before. It was getting ...
We drove from from Sonoma to San Jose and to the airport for our flight home. I will definitely have to come back. We changed planes in Seattle and excitedly got to have some famous Iver's Chowder for dinner and a Starbucks coffee to wash it all down! Why not eat like the at like tlocals ...
Today we decided to hit up the famous Sonoma valley, which along with its neighbour Napa valley, is considered one of the finest wine-producing valleys in the whole of California, and even the US. Whilst I refused to believe that this nouveau riche yankee plonk could tie its French counter-parts' shoe laces, I was curious to see how the Americans did it; as well as take a quick peek at what used to be the capital of the short-lived California Republic.