San Francisco, California
Not the best time for a sunset cruise. But, that's not the tour's fault since they can't control San Francisco's climate, which calls for cool fog a lot. A chilly time was had by all as we awaited departure from pier 43 1/2. Once inside the boat, the wind died down, inside that is. Those of us brave enough to venture on deck viewed San Francisco embarcadero, Alcatraz, Angel Island, Sausalito, the northern peninsula, and a glimpse under the Golden Gate bridge. Grub consisted of quarter sandwiches - plenty of those, along with cold cuts, cheese, and other items women mostly like. We did a good view of the fog rolling down the hillside in Sausalito. The Golden Gate bridge's lights were nice. Okay. It's a good buy, a relaxing cruise, interesting cites and sights, well worth the time if you're brave enough to sample a taste of what everyone sailing on the bay experiences.
Don't like bouncing around in a jeep? Not looking to travel with dozens of strangers in a large vehicle? Unsure of what you want to see? For a great overview of the Sedona area with someone who will accommodate your needs, then this is a great way to start. Our Native American guide provided a history of the area as he took us around to the various sites. He made it easy for my wife's mother, taking us to the top of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and accommodating her needs all along the tour. We were given reviews of restaurants, places to stay on future trips, along with the history of the area. In all, this was a very enjoyable trip and a great way to acquainted with the area.
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