How Tourists Get Their Rental Bikes Back to Frisco from Sausalito – Some Might Consider This Cheating – Saving $48 in Ferry Fare

Once you’ve made it to Sausalito, getting back to Fishermans Wharf to return your rental bike can be a chore with all the uphill, right?

And the heavily-subsidized ferry system for some reason would collect a whopping $48 to take this foursome to the Ferry Building, and don’t forget about the long wait sometimes (and I suppose some get turned away at the end of a day).

But if a taxi driver could somehow carry four (4) bikes and four people up the hill and over the bridge, well that would be great. Thusly:

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And there was another taxi doing the same thing just ahead, so I guess this is a thing, I just didn’t think this was possible.

As long as the driver got you to the Toll Plaza of the Golden Gate Bridge, well that would work out great.

 

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2 Responses to “How Tourists Get Their Rental Bikes Back to Frisco from Sausalito – Some Might Consider This Cheating – Saving $48 in Ferry Fare”

  1. Tammy D'Angelo says:

    [cue the music] and this is how we cut down on traffic (and don’t cut down on the waistline).
    I need a special delivery service to deliver:
    my library books
    my infrequent letter to a the mailbox
    my trash to the bin
    my clothes to the laundromat
    my thoughts to my brain
    my brain to the transplanter
    the transplanter to work, since he can’t afford to live near UCSF
    my alter ego to my self
    myself to the altar of my ego
    ego therefore I’m ego
    I’m eager ergo I go
    my fingers to my keyboard
    my food to my mouth
    the toothpaste to my toothbrush
    and I need someone to deliver the news about how much I should be tipping in bars/restaurants (see today’s Chron.)

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I’ll check it out.

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