What does one do with only three hours in San Francisco? You go to the Golden Gate Bridge, of course, and end off the evening with a stroll around and dinner at Fisherman’s Wharf – a very touristy location with gift shops and seafood. That’s what we did, at least. I had a lovely shrimp and pasta meal at Cioppino’s .
I’d imagine that doing several things in San Francisco – mobile things – is a challenge. Driving alone takes quite some time because of traffic and, you know, HILLS. I have much respect for the San Fran locals who brave those steep streets daily – by foot, on bike, and in cars. One thing I didn’t see in San Francisco: The Full House row of houses! Well, maybe I did see it and completely missed it because I had some other image in my mind. We were on the street and all, but the houses eventually ended at not a park atop a hill, but another street allowing us to only go one way. Did we miss something?