National Sites and Japantown
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Golden Gate - woke up at 8 and headed to
Presidio (NHS) - went here afterwards, but the place was still closed. http://www.nps.gov/prsf/
Crissy Field (NHS)- Nice lazy Sunday hangout with family! Lots of ppl playing outside, kites, picnics, etc. Crissy Field was the military’s first Air Coast Defense Station on the Pacific coast.
Fort Point (NHS)- Right below the
Japantown - like about 4 blocks. 4 different malls, kinda reminded me of Dynasty mall on Bellaire. It was weird coz there was some anime event going on and all these young adults were wearing anime costume! OKKaay! And they were mostly puti, not even Japanese. lol They sold some pretty cool stuff, but too expensive for me. We ate lunch at a nearby japanese restaurant. It was nice!
Muir Woods (NPS)- To continue on our National Sites excursion, we drove north to Muir Woods about 30 minutes from San Francisco.
After 2 hours, we still didn't see an "ocean view." Here's why: The Ocean View Trail (Note: Also called the Panoramic Trail - Was named the Ocean View Trail when a fire cleared the view to the ocean, the trees have since regrown.
Tito Jr's. - We probably arrive at Tito Jr.'s in Dublin close to 8p! They took us to In & Out Burger for dinner because they knew Anthony loves that burger joint! Tito Jr. ordered us the Animal style burger and fries! Animal style is their special sauce. Tasted sorta like thousand Island dressing mixed with grilled onions! It was pretty good!