After our little reunion, we got a taxi to our hotel right next to Union Square called the Handlery. Al got a great deal from bookit.com. Our room was in the older part of the hotel and was very small, but it was a fantastic location and had a nice lobby. Hotels can get very expensive in San Fran, so we were pleased.
Once we settled in, we walked down to the Embarcadero and strolled up the coast until we made it to Fisherman's Wharf.
The hills in the city are so steep, but it's always hard to tell in these pictures.
Each booth had their own TVs with a different sport. We got some kind of gridiron football championship on TV in our booth that wasn't quite the NFL. We never figured out what it was, but it was entertaining nonetheless.
To drink, I got an Agave Basil Caipirinha, which had Leblon Cachaca, fresh muddled limes and basil and agave. I wasn't exactly sure what I was drinking, but it was STRONG!