The Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... final leg of the tour took us through the bohemian part of town up Fillmore Street where the hippie movement gained prominence and sparked the "summer of love" and it is now famous for jazz and concert venues. Still a few hippies to be found as well as the odd shop specialising in Tie Dyed clothing. After the last catastrophic earthquake in 1906 and the ensuing fire which burnt for three days, the city made the decision to dynamite ...
... each distinct and unique. Even people watching can entertain you for hours, or simply just taking the muni! I am so excited for my future here and can't wait to set new goals when I transfer and indulge in the culture.
For those of you wondering, I leave for Peru tomorrow night at 11pm. My sister and I are taking the Bart to the Airport, and then I'm off. It is so incredibly crazy to me that ...
... secluded lakes, open groves and gardens and two random windmills. After enjoying a brief look around the park we drove to Ocean Beach, to step foot on the beautiful sandy beach. It was windy and despite the sun shining it was still chilly. With lovely sunshine Rach felt it was only right to have a paddle in the sea. Rach bravely paddled in the pacific ocean, in the freezing cold waters. It was super cold water, up to the ankles was all ...
... and the Golden Gate Bridge. Then at night, Ruthy had her longed for Crab meal at Joe's Crab Shack. Again, why do they not have restaurants on every corner in Oz that serve buckets of Crab legs? I was in heaven! Crab Heaven! Heaven must definitely serve crab! It was further improved by the waitress messing up the order just slightly and apologising with....... Another bucket of crab! So I didn't waste time eating vegetables.. Just crab. Joash enjoyed some ...
... for our
journey to the hotel at 11.00. Once
again the airport transfer turned out to be a problem and this time was
definitely the worst. Despite assuring us on 2 occasions that the vehicle would
be with us in 20, and then after we had waited 30, a further 10 mins, we were still
waiting at midnight. By this time, 2 others were waiting for a lift and the
only car that arrived would take all 3 of us, dropping off a lady passenger ‘on