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Published: June 21st 2017
The Ferry Building
Jan 09 2016 132 Cable Car Museum San Francisco
Geo: 37.7792, -122.42
We started our day with the usual breakfast at Luques, followed by hopping onto the F Line tram to the Ferry Building Marketplace. On Saturdays, there is a big farmer's market here, which we wanted to see, along with the beautiful bay views.
It was then lunch time so we headed back to the hotel and this time got to eat lunch at Luques. I had a grilled cheese and bacon and I have to say that the lunch was as good as the breakfasts there.
We caught a cable car from outside the hotel to the Cable Car Museum. This was our first visit here. It is free to enter and well worth a visit. As well as the museum, this building is where the cables that run the whole system are. There was also lots of information about the history of the cable cars. It was quite fascinating, particularly if you have any interest in transport or its history.
We returned to the Chancellor to pack ready for our early flight the next morning, before heading to Top of the Mark for farewell to San Francisco cocktails, with a beautiful view. I love the history of
Inside the Ferry Building
Jan 09 2016 136 Inside Cable Car Museum San Francisco
this bar, of how the wives of servicemen would watch their husbands sail out of San Francisco Bay during the war.
Our final dinner was in Fino restaurant in the Andrews Hotel. We ate there twice on our last visit and enjoyed the food this time just as much. Unfortunately, the service wasn't quite as good and we had quite a long wait for our reserved table. It seems there are definite disadvantages to being in a group of eight.
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