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... and shared it with another couple. Marie began chatting with them and we discovered that they were from Florida and were heading to Yosemite tomorrow, as we were. They were going to look at the Japanese Tea Garden that was over the other side of the amphitheater so we tagged along with them. It was $7 to go in so we all just looked in from the doorway - it was beautiful.
The tour continued across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was ...
Had a goodbye brekky with Ken & Brian this morning before they left for their optional extra tour to see the giant Redwood trees at Muir Woods National Monument. I'd love to have done that too but couldn't justify the extra cost of changing flights, etc. I leave 10.30 this morn for 1.15pm flight, getting into New York 10.07 tonight (3 hours ahead of San ...
So we are halfway through San Francisco and I have to say it has truly met my expectations and in a lot of ways surpassed them. It's one of those places I really wanted to see in the USA but people's opinions varied when I said we were coming here. Some loved it, saying it was the most liveable USA city and some said it was downright scary with way too many homeless people that ruined the good feeling of being a visitor here. I say I love it! The people we've encountered here have ...
... holding the bridge up and considering it was built so long ago you’ve got to be impressed by the skills of the engineers back then.
With the hobos getting more and more random and somewhat aggressive the idea of them living in what seems to be steam filled sewers below is more believable every day. Maybe I watched to much teenage mutant ninja turtles as a kid or the latest batman but every cover I walk over I now look ...
... that I noticed was the population of homeless people around the city. It's crazy just how many there are roaming through the streets or passed out on the sidewalk. To me it was daunting at first, especially being on my own but when I was in New York I mastered the art of ignoring people getting in your face and begging. I arrived at my destination and waited for the food tour to start. Turns out its common to do this thing in groups so the others were all above 40 years ...
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