Went along the piers to see what was there. Had breakfast at a place that sold lo
ts of sourdough bread. We walked to Pier 39. That place is much like the Inner Harbor. Beverly bought a new bag because her old one was breaking. Beverly and Brooke got ear wraps. Brooke likes hers because they make her look like she has pierced ears.
We walked down to see an exhibit on Levi's jeans (my idea). Not too exciting. Rode the cable car back to Market Street. There Molly bought some hand made glassware she just had to have. Rode the cable car back to our hotel and took and afternoon rest.
At about 5:00 we went back out and did some shopping. Went into an Urban Outfitter, a French Connection United Kingdom, and a huge Nordstrom where Blair got a new bag. After that I took us to the Haight-Ashbury area to see what was left of the hippie culture. Apparently drugs, drug paraphanalia, and pan handling are what is left of the hippie culture. Not the best part of San Francisco.
We made it back to Nob Hill where
where we ate at another Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives place called Grubsteak. It was created using an old cable car that was placed there in the 1920s after the Bay Bridge was completed and they didn't need as many cable cars. Beverly had a burger on sourdough bread with onion rings, Brooke and Molly split a steak, Blair had a veggie burger, and Jerry and a cheeseburger with a fried egg on it. Everyone liked their food. The girls finished their meals with chocolate ice cream.
Tomorrow we will try to retrieve our van from the garage and get out of San Francisco, eventually making it to see the Redwoods in the far northern part of California. Today's total driving milage - zero.