San Francisco – Day 2

So I did not manage to get a post up yesterday because it was a hectic day and we did not have dinner until 9:00pm and by the time we got back to the hotel it was bed time. A Miller Light and a “few” Peach Bellinis from the Cheesecake Factory did us in.

Our day started out with a trip on a cable car to Fishermans Warf. It is a pretty neat experience and cool way to see the sights on route to the warf. Just hang on or you might find yourself going for another kind of ride.

Once we got to the warf we took a quick look around at some of the ships in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. For $5 you can board the ships and walk around. It was a very cool thing to do as some of the ships are very old and fully rigged.

While on board one of the ships Angela found a room that had a machine that measured the thrill of your kisses. Either the machine was too old or our kisses were too powerful because by the time we were done the machine would not light up anymore.

After all that kissing it was time to get ready to head to Alcatraz.

Now for a married man a trip to the Rock should be walk in the National Park but the ‘warden” quickly caught me goofing off and decided to lock me up.

But luckily that was just for a bit. She got on the horn and pulled some strings to get me out because she did not want to have to walk the rest of the island by herself. It paid off too because she got to spend some romantic 60w incandescent lightbulb, um I mean candle light time with me in the tunnels of the rock.

After the Alcatraz tour we did a little shopping on Pier 39 and then took the cable car back to the hotel and headed out to dinner at the Cheescake Factory.

Stay tuned for tales of day 3 in San Francisco.