Thursday, October 11, 2007

Day Four: Lazin' Around

Wednesday was probably the laziest day. We didn’t have any scheduled plans or tours and we figured we’d shop around Union Square. Our hotel was just a few blocks from Union Square (we had views from our window of Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom) so we were centrally located. We ate breakfast at Sear’s, famous for their pancakes (which were very good) and then began walking around. We were still early so Tiffany’s and Saks and even Gap were not open. I did manage to find the Old Navy flagship store and buy a jacket on sale.

But the shopping wasn’t suiting us (for the price, we could buy 2 of everything in Oklahoma) so we headed back to Fisherman’s Wharf and planned on walking to Crissy Beach to satisfy my desire to see a beach and get more views of the Golden Gate.

We got about halfway—and we were just too tired. It’s so many hills and the sun can’t decide if it’s out or behind clouds so sometimes you’re freezing, sometimes sweating. So we gave up and headed back for some lunch. In-n-Out Burger won out because of it’s convenience.

Then we headed back to the hotel. And we just hung out. Took a nap, watched some TV, bummed around. It was a nice way to end the vacation since this day we were actually relaxing!

We finished the day at John’s Grill for steaks and seafood (not cioppino this time!) and headed to bed, once again, before 10:00.

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