We got lucky and found a parking spot right underneath the bridge.
We paid for two hours of parking and headed toward the bridge.
We walked to the end of the bridge and back. It took us more than an hour to do it.
We stopped many times along the way to admire the view and to try to locate a great white shark under the bridge...no luck.
It was a beautiful sunny day and there were plenty of sail boats on the water.
The last time I walked on this bridge was about 15 years ago with my husband. Now I was walking on that same bridge with my daughter.
On the bridge, we came across this odd fellow with a sign that read: " Free hugs."
Since we didn't want to give or receive any free hugs from a stranger, we kept walking faster and faster to outrun the guy.
To my surprise, I saw at least two women who stopped and gave that guy some hugs. They were very generous if you ask me.
Then we ended up spending an hour on the beach under the Golden Gate.
There was a gift shop on the beach and I got the coolest coffee mug. A mug with a white shark inside. How cool is that?
|There is a white Shark inside my coffee mug|
Then it came the dreaded drive back and my stupid phone GPS took us to Zambia before showing us the way to Stockton. It took us two hours to get home. I tell you, I prayed a lot that night.
The whole time driving, I was hoping that we won't cross paths with any crazy cannibals roaming around the wilderness looking for chubby preys like us. :)
Finally, around 8:30 pm, we finally landed in Stockton. I almost kissed my driveway.
Anyway, to all you fellow adventurers:
If you are planning a trip, keep in mind that you can find plenty of travel books at your local library...hold the free hugs. ;)
Here are a few examples of what you can find in your library:
Top 10 San Francisco
Fodor's 2013 Walt Disney World
Signing off until next Monday- Panteha