Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art
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... the square for a little longer stopping into the store again to get another free chocolate and eventually made our way down to another smaller pier that extended a few hundred yards into the water giving a great view of Alcatraz and the rest of San Fran. On this pier we saw some old men fishing and got scared a few times that they were going to catch the hook on someone walking by (like ourselves). This however brought up my famous life question that ...
... I just got myself a vintage bread knife. Was really tempted to buy that teaset though.After lunch, it was the long journey via coastal lines to SF. Can't really understand what the tour guide was explaining on the history of the city cuz he was not speaking good Chinese nor English. We had 2.5 hrs non stop drive. But the bus broke down due to its turbo and was fixed in 15 min. Toilet break and continue for another 2.5 hrs before stopping for dinner and head back to hotel. ...
... went off as you can imagine.
THURS. 30th Oct.
Back to the pier area to collect our mode of transport for the day, a GO CAR. Really a 3 wheel scooter encased in a bright yellow fibreglass body and made for just 2. We headed off on the GPS fully guided tour to get to some of the places off the normal tourist trails. Must admit, it was a bit "hairy" at times, dodging in and out of traffic but I guess the locals are getting used to ...
... passing by the Guard Tower, Guardhouse & Sally Port, Military Chapel, Post Exchange (Officer´s Club), Storehouse and Power Plant. There was an ongoing exhibition called “Ai Weiwei” in the premises of the New Industries Building.
- New Industries Building. On Alcatraz, work was a privilege. One possible reward for good behavior was a job in the New Industries Building, which opened in 1941. Workers here did laundry for military bases over the Bay ...
... as that ended earlier than expected, we decided to hit the movies...we have to confess it was for the second time that day as we had to kill time earlier in the day until hotel check in time so had already been to see a film earlier.
(For anyone heading to the movies the first movie we saw was Lucy – quite good but in our opinion the ending was a bit of a let down. The second movie of the day was Guardians of the Galaxy – this one is ...