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Red Bluff, our final cut!

A travel blog entry by miaprunetour on Jul 19, 2014

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... get to drive their own machine (not sawing!) when old enough. They buy some machines and then modify, or build from scratch. Contract harvest around 2000 acres prunes and 20000 acres pistachios annually, all over the US. Also present was Bill Kruger, a retired UC Davis extension officer who still works with Erik on prune management. After crawling all over his machinery for a while we went into his prune orchard where there was ...

Journey from Lake Tahoe to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by heffernans on Jul 05, 2014

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... to join a cult and head back to The Fairmont and The Tonga Room which is a tribute to some long forgotten King of Tonga and serving incredibly potent cocktails with South Pacific cuisine. It all takes place in a rain forest type environment on the 2nd floor (after the 3rd cocktail we were trying to book our flight back from the But bloody hell the food is brilliant - seafood hot pot, red pork curry, steamed butterfish etc etc ummmmm. ...

La to san fran and yosemite national park

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jul 01, 2014

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... very foggy and you couldn't see more than 100m. We walked it anyway and got some fantastic (eerie) photos in the fog. This saw out the day, we checked in at the hotel and went out for dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant.

The following day, we did some serious walking around San Francisco. We reckon we would have walked about 20km in total. We covered so much of the city on foot and it was a great way to experience the city. The main attractions we saw were:

Day 12 in San Fran

A travel blog entry by paul.sue on Jun 17, 2014

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Headed out on foot this morning to explore the city. After hours over recent days of sussing how the transit system works we finally got our travel passes and hit the busses which got us down to Golden Gate Park, where we wandered about and took in the horticultural gardens. Lovely sunny day with deep blue sky and hardly a hint of the "take you ...

The Real SF Tour

A travel blog entry by andreas.bohman on May 24, 2014

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... what extent the owners knew what they were doing).

The last two general areas are probably the two most colorful in all of the city; the gay community in Castro and the latino quarters in the Mission. Both displays a great mix of characters and vibe, and it’s not hard to see why they become favourites for many people. We pass through the areas and houses where Harvey Milk started his political career and then move on ...


This hostel, located in the Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach area of San Francisco, is near Natural History Museum, Victoria Pastry Co., Greenwich Steps, and Biordi Art Imports.
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