Wednesday, July 18, 2007

California Vacation Part 3

San Francisco was much more fun than Monterrey. I'll let the pictures explain where we went.

Our first day in town, we went to China Town for lunch. Lots of Chinamen like this guy here.
Had a good time looking at the ships at the Maritime Museum.
Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 had a lot of cool shops. Almost bought this poster for my buddy Jim.
We then spent some time at "The Bridge that couldn't be built". It was an amazing engineering accomplishment. Did you know that with the concrete used in the bridge, you could build a 5' wide sidewalk from San Francisco to New York City?
We walked a beach named after my wife, Crissy Field. Honestly though, it didn't do her justice.
We then went to Golden Gate Park. Not too exciting to me, but Chrissy loves that kind of stuff... Flowers and a Japanese Tea Garden.

Stay tune sports fans. More on San Francisco coming soon.

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