2.23.2008

work hard:play hard

Sheesh! I feel like it's been forever. Sorry for the bit of a breakie, it's just that I've been working hard and playing harder this past week! My darling friend Gretch came to visit and we had a whirlwind of wonderment and fun. I just wanted to share a few of her pics. I never get tired of playing SF tour guide and rediscovering the city through another's eyes. I love trying new things and sharing old favorites! It's like taking a vacation without ever leaving home. We had absolutely gorgeous weather, with just a few intermittent rain showers. {Not enough to spoil the fun!} Biking across the GG was a first for me...And certainly will not be the last. Seriously, this is the absolute *best* and brightest way to enjoy the bridge, provided that you've got flawless weather and zero wind. We rented bikes for $7/ hour here and biked from Fisherman's Wharf to Sausalito. We did a little fine dining on the shore and were too full to pedal back up the hills...No worries, we just returned to SF via ferry!

Oh, and did I ever mention that Robbin Williams lives just a few blocks from us?? Yes. A quirky house for a quirky man. Don't you think it suits him?

5 comments:

Leslie said...

Every time I have been to SF its so endearing, I love it. I have always wanted to take Nick and explore it with him.....

looks like you guys had a blast, great photos!

Fairlightday said...

So glad to know where you disappeared to. :) Your touring of SF looks lovely. Someday I want to visit and check out all the interesting places you mention.

Mara of ::the simpler things:: said...

Thanks for these pics! I've only been to San Fran once and was only there for two short days, so I got to see very little. I made the Golden Gate Bridge my priority, but missed a lot of the other stuff.

Jean said...

You can never get tired of this city! To quote William Saroyan, “If you're alive, you can't be bored in San Francisco. If you're not alive, San Francisco will bring you to life.”

Ames said...

It all looks so familiar! Wishing I was back there in the lovely weather