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San Francisco ~ Day 4

Ghiradelli

We started the day out taking the trolley to Hyde Street Pier *Ghiradelli*. Stopping in at Starbucks right off the trolley to get a "power breakfast"

Along the street to Ghiradelli they always have these great vendors selling their photographs, paintings, jewelry ect. We stopped and bought this necklaces made of wood with our names engraved on them. The little chinese guy engraved them right there as we waited. I love personalized gifts like this...esp from other places.

We then walked through the chocolate festival going on. U had to pay $10 I think it was to get 6 samples from any booths they had. I didnt do this although I should have...bc everything looked sooo good.

After here Sherri and I had lunch at In and Out Burger and then jumped on the double decker tour bus. We got a few pics from around the other side of the city but I dont have them uploaded just yet..besides they arent that great anyways.

After we finished that we met the girls back at the hotel and went to Left O'douls pub for a drink and taste of SF life. The girls had dinner there and when we left I stopped at Bellinis to grab a small pizza for my dinner. Yummy

This is when Sherri and I seen this homeless *im guessing* lady who had a MAXI PAD stuck across her forehead. It was the funniest thing. I could not help but double over with laughter. When I turned to take her pic she had taken it off and stuck it on a store window. lol Upon walking back past the spot to the hotel she had at this point also strewn TP alll over the sidewalk in front of the same store. Actually it was a art *painting* museum. lol It was wild.

Back to the hotel and then down to the hotel bar for a couple of drinks and to use the net to order our alcatraz tickets. Then... crashed for the evening, Another full day it had been.

Posted by ThruMyLens 11:27 Archived in USA Tagged san francisco

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