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... of the endless farms over mid-west and soon came over what I assume was Utah and Nevada. After some amazing views (especially the weird "circular" crop fields that make it look like aliens have taken residence) we crossed the Sierra Nevada where some massive storms were a-brewing. We then passed over Modesto and into SFO. Quite a thrill coming in over the bay - you think you're going to land in the sea but luckily an airfield appears just in time.
... a few hours later.
My mom and I made the game plan of going to the Chinese embassy first, submitting and expediting my application, and then scoping out the situation at the Indian embassy. When we arrived at the Chinese embassy, the room was chockablock with folks as it was the first day back after a weekend and Memorial Day holiday. We waited for a few hours before we were finally called to the counter. As I said before, applying ...
... come to believe is the standard one.
I looked up some of the area I knew when I visited here for a few weeks in my college days. The all girls co-op house I infamously stayed at was a few blocks away - but it was a few blocks uphill. So Grant and I decided that we had gotten close enough to get the general idea of where I stayed.
Grant and I walked through the Berkeley campus, which was quite beautiful Large classic buildings set amongst the ...
... hopefully get to a Shark, this entry was included in The City Pass.
Strolled back via Lombard Street the famous crookedest street! We then jumped on an old tram, definately escaped health and safety regs! Jumped off literally and walked down Nobb Hill.
After a long hard day!!! Had beer during happy hour in our hostel bar making an attempt to keep to budget!
... restoration work as well as conservation work began.
After we watched the movie, we wandered around for a bit before joining a decent guided tour. He was dressed as a Union soldier and told us more about the military history of the island. In his version of history, the civil war was won primarily due to California gold which propped up the economy of the north.
We then proceeded up to the cell house for a self ...