Sunday, July 6, 2014

Dinner at the Wharf -- July 6, 2014

Last night we were going to go see La Traviata simulcast at the ball park.  We parked at Daly City BART and took a train to the Embarcadero.  We got on a crowded T-Third.  Even though we had Friends and Family early entry, the line was down past the gate at Second Street.  Things were poorly organized.  After a while in an unmoving line, we decided to take our all-day transfers and get on train back to the Embarcadero.  We got on a hybrid bus running on the F-line tracks.  We got off at Pier 39 and poked around.  There were a lot of people.  The sea lions disappeared a few weeks ago.  We walked along the Embarcadero and Jefferson to Tarantino's.  We went upstairs and had a nice dinner.  I had an excellent piece of sole.  My wife had sautéed calamari.  I took this photo, which includes F-line PCC 1076 among the thick traffic on Jefferson Street.  After dinner, we walked over to the terminal and caught another PCC.  They were turning most runs back at Pier 39.  We took BART back to Daly City.  It was a nice adventure. 

Today we went to Noon mass at Good Shepherd.  Our new administrator (pastor), Father Lu (Luello N Palacpac) celebrated.  His family name means applause in Tagalog.  He seems like an active person with a good personality.  I enjoyed his homily on humility.  We'll miss Father Jess. 

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