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... the changes when we flew in seven weeks ago but the departure arrangements are different. We checked into our flight then stood in line for a while for security, then we were through the gates. Just the same old bland building it always was - no soul - just blah. It did look different but it was confusing - no more tiny vendors stands along the way. Where the heck are we ??? Are we there yet ???
Eventually we got to escalators ...
... the pills. And yes. I tried my teeth, but I really like my teeth. So I gave up on theta idea. Lucky for me there was a café nearby. :| I knew that if I really wanted to take the $3 pills I would need to buy a $5 bottle of water and asked the café attendant to open my packets. This particular café attendant was more than happy to help after I purchased my water. Airports - are - ...
... comes in at 42.5kg at present... With the amount of walking we are doing, he'll be lucky if he can maintain 42.5...
It was a very laid back day with a bit of cheap retail therapy that included more silly hats and cool sunnies, Elmo, pimped out cars, an antique amusement parlour, sea lions and amazing street performers.
Not sure if it's just me, but the seagulls here seem to be on steroids ! ...
... a fellow 'etsy' seller, and saw lots of amazing thing for sale. If only we had bigger (and emptier) luggage.
Off to the Exploratorium at Pier 15. After the crazy sardine experience the day before on the f train, we decided to walk, taking in some lovely views of the waterfront and the bay bridge (which we would be crossing the next day). So, let's just say the Exploratorium is like crack for kids. We were there on a Sat, so of ...
hotel by 10pm.
The weather for our short time here has been cloudy and cool
in the mornings and warming up in the afternoon. Pete got a little more burnt as time went
on. We have been impressed by the people
and would like to return to see more of the city and of America.
San Francisco has the fourth largest shopping area in the
States. We have poked our noses into
famous stores like Maceys, Saks 5th ...
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