We quickly left this tourist attraction after scoring only 4 postcards and ice cream. Venturing off we made our way along a more fishy area of the Warf then a tour of the Boudin Sourbough Bread Factory which was facinating. By this point we had no idea what in the world we wanted to do. That morning all we had planned to do we had just done. Streching our energy out we decided to go see Lombard Street (the zig-zag one for you uncultured people). I don't thing we would have made the venture had we realized how big of a hill Hyde Street (street we took to get to Lombard) was. All in all, Lombard street was pretty cool and I scored an awesome picture of the bridge while walking up Hyde Street. Oh, and did I mention that the Ghiradeli Square was a total bust. I don't recomend it at all. Just ignore what all the travel books say.
By this time we were tired and hungry. On our way to Fisherman's Warf we drove down Columbus Ave which was sprinkled heavily with cute shops, sidewalk cafes, and restraunts. It was also home to the City Lights book store. We settled on this location for the end of the day. I would have to say that if I could afford to live anywhere in San Francisco, this would be the area. Russian Hill, Telgraph Hill, and North Beach has lots to offer. It houses plenty of nice areas to walk around and a few nice parks to lounge in. Apparences are very clean and there are enough buss routes to get you anywhere. We dined at the Rose Pistol that night and I don't think I have had ever had better sea food. It was to die for.
We made it back to our hotel at around 10 I'm sure and crashed hard. Over all, Day 2 was a good day.