Hotel Sutter Larkin
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... a couple of stops to where the underground station was. We were very impressed by his kindness. We've had this sort of help from so many people here that its made our travels such a pleasure.
Because of the good advice we got, we were only about 10 minutes late for the start of the concert, when I thought we would be at least 30-40 minutes late. The setting for the festival is beautiful, being a natural amphi-theatre ...
Onto the San Francisco Airport where we said good bye to our New Zealand friends and others from Florida, Canada, England, Ireland and other states of America. Five of us came back to the Hyatt to fly out tomorrow. Us to Las Vegas, Elizabeth to Melbourne and Diane & Rob to ...
... in hair from the wind but I tried.
After the tour finished I headed straight for the boat, there is other things to see on the island like birds and wildlife, not really of any interest to me what so ever.
I made my way back to the hostel, stopping in for some snack food so I don't buy ****, which I haven't even since I've been here, I think travelling with a foodie *cough Tess cough* is what brings me undone ...
... All in all it took four hours. The first glimpse of San Francisco was from traffic on the bridge going into the city (not the Golden Gate). Sooo many cars! We went through what seems like not the nicest part of town. Homeless on every doorstep, people crossing on red without a care in the world. When we got to our motel the first thing we saw was a big sign glaring MOTEL. It was a big cheesy but we like the place. ...
... before navigating ourselves to the bus terminal. Once we reached the terminal we hopped aboard ready for our next adventure to begin. At 6.15pm we met our fellow travellers, 29 in all, consisting of ten nationalities. Everyone we met were nice and friendly. Our tents were packed, followed by our luggage, final paperwork was completed, then all came aboard the Green Tortoise. Prior to Green Tortoise it was a Greyhound bus. ...