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... and ads so I was annoyed that the bus trip has implied we would be seeing them when we did not. We did see another row of similar houses as well as some other interesting sights such as the Golden Gate Park and Conservatory of Flowers, the Japanese Tea Garden and the 1960's hippie district. After being dropped off back at Union Square we caught the cable car back to the wharf area and made our way to Alcatraz Landing. The trip to Alcatraz sells out weeks in ...
... so steep. Unfortunately they were testing out a new scheme where they shut the road and only let pedestrians down it because the residents were complaining about the traffic. We were able to drive down the steepest road Filbert Street, I had the honours of driving it, it's so scary going over the top and not knowing what's over the other side of the drop. We then headed down to Fishermans Wharf again for our bay cruise, the next one wasn't until half four so we spent some ...
... a park, but there are some coffee shops and tables and chairs on one side. Next, we walked up the street to Stockton and Sutter streets, and after some helpful guidance from a lady beggar with a tin plate, we got the No.30 but to Caltrain Station. Plenty of time there, and then on to San Jose Didedon station which was a pleasant one and a half hour trip. An immediate connection to get the light rail to Winchester, and Aya and the girls were waiting for us ...
... warm? I was in shorts and Lou even got down to a tshirt at one stage.
We taxied back to our accommodation once again over the GGB. The bridge toll was $7. Tonight we tried an Indian restaurant for dinner. It was tasty but the Butter Chicken was unusually hot. Nicole struggled with it the most not being an Indian fan, but all the girls mouths were on fire afterwards.
Flying to LA in the morning ✈☀
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... AKA Hippy Street). After 40 minutes of walking we still weren't there, was a bit of a mare, but we made it eventually. We wandered through the quirkiest shops and passed the quirkiest people, it was pretty sweet but a little sad too....the area was full of social outcasts who could barely register you going past. A few eyed up Hannah's camera and Mum got a little spooked - who'd have thought Hippies could be scary ;). Just past Haight-Ashbury is the Golden ...
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