Hyde Street Pier: San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park

Enjoying our day out in the city, Tracy, Fran, and I made our way down to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park on Hyde Street Pier. Tracy and Fran explored the old boats while I observed a number of people swimming in the frigid waters. There seemed to be a group of some sort who wore swim caps, but not wet suits, near the beach.  It seemed a little odd, but they seemed to be enjoying themselves as they swam laps in the water.

This is a different perspective of Alcatraz and the Coit Tower, as seen from the Eureka:

When we finally made our way back to the hotel, we bade goodbye to Tracy, who departed for Santa Barbara. We finished our evening with ice cream at Bobo’s Burger Bar across the street from our hotel.

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