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Chapter 45: Restaurant on Pier in Sausalito, California

After fifteen minutes of Liz’s monologue, Anna suggested they walk toward the restaurant. A sizable group of people was clustered at the pier entrance. Downtown Sausalito is small but lined with locally-owned stores that are fun to explore. When you are hungry, grab a table at one of several restaurants on piers like Scoma’s. Enjoy […]

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Chapter 45: Cyclists Boarding Ferry in Sausalito, California

As people disembarked from the ferry, Anna’s friends scattered to explore nearby Viña del Mar Plaza, stroll the harbor sidewalk, or browse in the quaint boutique shops. After riding rented bikes across the Golden Gate Bridge and exploring Sausalito, these cyclists are catching the last ferry back to San Francisco. The end of their perfect […]

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Women Sitting Along Waterfront in Sausalito, California

A delightful way to finish your afternoon in Sausalito is to sit along the waterfront with a friend and watch sailboats floating along Richardson Bay with Belvedere Island in the background. A perfect spot to enjoy the view is Gabrielson Park.

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Water Fountain at Viña Del Mar Plaza in Sausalito, California

In downtown Sausalito is this fountain that was designed by William Faville. He was also the architect for the Court of the Universe building at the 1915 World’s Fair in San Francisco. This beautiful work of art is the centerpiece of Viña Del Mar Plaza, a park that is named after the Sister City relationship […]

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Elephant Statue at Viña Del Mar Plaza in Sausalito, California

This 14 foot elephant statue is one of two named Jumbo and PeeWee. Originally, there were twelve of them at the Court of the Universe during the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. The building’s architect, William Faville, arranged for this pair to be shipped to his hometown of Sausalito after the World’s Fair. […]

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Restaurant on Pier in Sausalito, California

A visit to Sausalito is a great excursion away from San Francisco’s bustle. The downtown is small but lined with boutique shops that are fun to explore. When you are hungry, grab a table at one of several restaurants on piers like Scoma’s and enjoy your seafood while overlooking San Francisco Bay.

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Cyclists Boarding Ferry in Sausalito, California

After riding rented bikes across the Golden Gate Bridge and exploring Sausalito, these cyclists are catching the last ferry back to San Francisco. The end of their perfect daytrip is to float across The Bay with wonderful views of Alcatraz and the skyline of downtown.