The way the fog rolls over the hill is just amazing sometimes at dusk from the water looking up.
Purple/pink swirling, wispy ,rotating clouds with the smell of garlic and fresh local seafood wafting thru the sea air....
Seeing this with some just -caught local King salmon really was the greatest!
I fell in love on my first visit as a kid way back and still want to live there. Why join a gym? run up those hills for legs of steel.
If you don't like steep hills and smaller yards this may not be your town.
You won't find many Ca ranch homes on level lots here.
Weekends in summer are hectic but we need tourists who aren't burning gas or needing to park.
I've considered moving to Sausalito myself, especially the floating homes; but the thought of carrying groceries down the dock during our rainy season put a damper on my romantic dreams. It is also very hilly with small streets -- overall it's a very quaint small town with great views!
Just a little bit of trivia -- just south of the City is Brisbane, which is termed "the poor man's Sausalito" because of it's sunny weather and hilly nature with homes overlooking the bay.