BEST WESTERN Corte Madera Inn
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... on the sand.
We spent some time watching the seals then jumped back in the car.
The petrol was getting pretty low, and we were thinking we should have filled up before we left...
So we kept driving along the coast and came to a petrol station/tourism/hotel area to fill up.
It took us a while trying to find the button for the fuel cover, and we ended up having to ask the guys in the store!
Embarrassingly enough, we only had to push on the ...
Up early again today to get our tickets to Alcatraz - glad we pre-booked as fully booked for the next 3 days - locked in for this afternoon. We had some time to kill so jumped on the hop on - hop off bus to get the lay of the land. San Francisco really is a very beautiful city but very, very cold. (Mark Twain once said "I spent the coldest winter of ...
... SF via a small tour of Martinas old hood, literally hood, when she lived in Oakland, you remember Oakland, from the top there, the worst place in America. It was nice to have the stories she had told me brought to life by seeing the working girls and crack addicts out in force at 1 in the afternoon, apparently it looks good during the day, and worse a couple of blocks over, she is harder than me spending 18 months living there.
We dropped the car off and headed ...
... Very breezy! Back through the Marina District, we then hopped off & had a great seafood lunch at Pier Market, Pier 39.
A lovely sunny day so we enjoyed then just watching the seals for a while & the view across the bay to Alcatraz. Decided to catch a cab to the top of Lombard Street then the cable car back to Union Square - not quite as simple as it sounds as firstly there were long queues for the taxi, then for ...
... Fran, was a beautiful district – lots of rainbow flags, penis-shaped cookies and a tragic yet inspiring history. J.Jo was incredibly well spoken and rattled off a few spiles about the history of Castro, the various groups of people who have lived there, and the whole Harvey Milk era. I knew a bit about it but nowhere near what I know now, especially regarding Milk’s assassination. It was pretty depressing, but also incredible to ...