The last photos of our adventure in Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco…


I know, we are already back in San Diego. I fell a little behind, but only because we did so many cool things while we were in the Bay Area.


I hope you enjoyed this part of our adventure… the sea lions, the food, the cute dogs, the street performers and artists, the history of an interesting part of a fascinating city.


Even the old electric buses that run on tracks and are powered by overhead power lines are pretty to look at.


San Francisco is full of little surprises like that.


You just need to keep your eyes open.a-6

There is the Richmond Bay Bridge, that we took to the city on our first day of adventuring.


And there is the Oakland Bay Bridge, our route to San Francisco on the second day of fun, hiding behind some masts. You should Google the construction of the new part of the bridge. It is another classic example of how the republicans screw the people of this country in any way they can get away with.


Coit tower and the tip of the Transamerica building.


I hope you enjoyed these. We have one more stop to make, for dinner in Little Italy, as we made our way back across the bay to my mom’s house. Then, a brief foray into Berkeley, and a few other things, before we wrap this trip up.



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4 Responses to The last photos of our adventure in Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco…

  1. I’ve enjoyed it very much; you’re an excellent trip guide…

  2. MakeItUltra™ says:

    Great photos ! You made me want to go back and have a bowl of delicious clam chowder ! Happy New Year !

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