Don thought that it would be more fun if we took the Amtrak train to San Francisco this time. No traffic or parking hassles and a nice tour along the river where the road doesn't go.
The train let us off in Emeryville and we took and Amtrak bus across the Bay Bridge.
The highly overpriced Fisherman's Wharf.
On the way home from the station, Don introduced us to In-n-Out Burger. This is a west coast chain that started in 1948, is still owned by the same family who wont take it public and only expands when it can do so without borrowing. The menu is simple and the food was good. Ordering takes a little special knowledge, but I could learn.
This is for Mom. Later in the evening, Don and I were talking about folk music and he mentioned The Limelighters. I was raised on The Limelighters and Don dragged out the Tonight In Person album. We played it all the way through, starting with There's a Meeting Here Tonight through Rumania to Have Some Madeira, M'dear. It brought back some fond memories.