Union Street Inn
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... agreed we would never want to live, bicycle, or drive in San Francisco -- too hilly!
So, our crazy shuttle driver got us to the airport in no time with several scenic stops along the way while picking-up other passengers. We get to the airport and SFO is the slooowest airport I’ve ever been through in my life. Security makes you take off everything here (practically) and they are still very old school post-911. Most places like LAX ...
... being spoken and the Saturday night crowd was just starting to come out.
We went up to her old apartment to drop my bags off and hangout before meeting a friend for her birthday. Everyone Nancy knows seems to speak Spanish. There is a huge Latino culture in the city. I meet two Colombians, two San Franciscans and an tiny little Asian guy named Nick. They were a merry bunch, passionately discussing Disney movies while drinking white Russains. ...
It's our last day. :( We did all the boring things like pack up our cases and check out for the final time. We visited a shopping mall to spend our last few dollars and have something to eat before going to the airport. Then we went to hang out in union square. Typical that on our last day, it's the sunniest day it's been so far. I haven't seen Karl at all today. We sat in the shade so we wouldn't burn. Can't ...
The day started at 330am. We woke up at 330am, sleeping for only 3hours to prepare and join the queue for the Alcatraz ticket at 430am. When we reached there at 430am, there were already a few groups of people queuing for it. We joined the queue and just sat there. It was cold and we had no food, no drinks. Within 10mins, more people joined the queue. The group behind us walked towards the queue, ...
... into the mountains. The fog was heavy this morning but it really was an amazing scene driving under the bridge as its shrouded in a fog. I drove higher and higher into the mountains and the fog grew heavier. After about 1800 feet and an extremely winding road to the entrance I make it to the Muir Woods. This place gets as busy as you would expect for one of the most iconic national parks so I'm happy I got here just before 8am and there are already cars in the parking lot, and I ...