I actually stayed in Point Bonita, but of course went to Sausalito to shop. Beautiful city, The Bay and the Ocean sandwiched with a fabulous city in between. I would love to return when the weather is a bit warmer.
Fondest memory: My fondest memories of Sausalito, is the peaceful sleep I got while there. Once the lights are out, the LIGHTS are out. Especially up on Point Bonita, where I stayed. You heard nothing, and your mind was FREE.
Favorite thing: The views!! There are just stunning. Walking along Bridgeway you'll come to a point where the views of San Francisco on a beautiful clear day will stop you in your tracks. Take your time to wonder out to the bay and to the skyline and of course take some pics.
Favorite thing: One of my favorite monuments in Sausalito is this seal statue. It's mounted atop a rock which is submerged under the bay most of the time. In one of my travelogues you'll see that it was knocked off its moorings during a storm in 2004. Locals love the statue and paid to have it cleaned up and remounted. Yayyy!
Well what I suggest is to do at least a walk along Bridgeway Avenue
As you see in this picture you can walk very comftably along the Bay here and on your way back you can shop till you drop at all the nice Stores and Boutigues ,and yes also Ice
Fondest memory: For those who like shopping go across the street ,but if you like to view the Bay like Lori is doing in the picture then stick to the water
side.Have fun ,we sure did.
Living here must be a thrilling pleasure. Wouldn't it be a dream to commute to work in San Francisco by boat every day? It at least spares out the one time tol over the Golden Gate bridge (-:
Fondest memory: Great views along Golden Gate Bridge to The City on the Bay.
Sausalito bases its economy on tourism and it is a favourite destination for those visiting the San Francisco area. I thought it was just a delightful and charming area to stroll around, although my visit was just a short stopover when visiting San Fran. Buy an ice cream and go for a wander. Bridgeway is the main street and the tourist's paradise.