Work is done … commitments have been fulfilled … and it’s time to say goodbye, yet again. But before we leave, there might be time for some local pizza … this time at “Escape From New York”. It’s a hole in the wall kinda place, serving whole pies as well as pizza by the slice. Originally put together by a group of friends – one who had actually escaped from New York – they now have 6 stores in the city serving thin crust, goooood pizza. There were three of us, and we got a large that was half cheese and half Big Applewood Chicken. You know what was on the cheese side … but the other part had bbq chicken, applewood bacon, fresh tomato on top of cheddar and smokey bbq sauce. It was big … and now it’s gone. Yum.
After talking, eating, talking and talking … and a small nap … it is indeed time to say goodbye. With a truck camper, it is so easy to drive around and take a last look at the sights. We spent the evening at Lincoln Park …
… at Lands End. Perhaps the most beautiful setting for an evening of remembrances, this building is a replica of the Palais de la Legion d’Honneur in Paris. This one is nicer, simply because it has American plumbing! And, parking here with a TC and a cup of hot tea … well, it’s nice to say the least.
Just a few steps away is a gorgeous view of the Golden Gate bridge … alive with light and activity. Great city. Goodnight. Oh … don’t park here though!