Super 8 San Francisco/Union Square Area
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Not much to report today as we caught up on some sleep waking up around 10:00. We went into town to have someone look at our SLR camera as it wasn't able to take a photo. Once we got into the store the very helpful sales person had a look at the camera and it decide to jump into life. The sales person did say that the contacts from the lens to camera get dirty so that lens won't send the image to the camera. We decided to get another small camera to make sure we ...
... Went to collect the bike (and helmets, safety first although l look ridiculous!) and I think I might have actually forgotten how to ride a bike - took me ages to stop wobbling! And we're off down the coast towards the bridge but only make it asa far as Crissy Fields and were stopped by Park Rangers telling us we were not allowed to go through but wouldn't tell us why! Found another route and the same happened again, turns out ...
... on Muir Woods National Monument (a nearby redwood forest), an overlook of the Golden Gate Bridge, and Cheesecake Factory above the Macy’s next to Union Square.
The drive is the last leg with any major environmental features. We passed by Mt. Shasta and drove through the Cascades for the final time before dropping down into the central California plains.
I had read a lot about the drought out here, but it’s even ...
... with iPhone poised to snap any memorable enlightenment or landmark of the inner-self.
July 2nd was such a day for Buck & Deanne. We picked up the Red San Fran Sightseer at Union Square, strapped ourselves upstairs and motored off for The Downtown tour.
The Tenderloin District was the first stop. San Francisco's largest concentrate of homeless bums and vanquished working-class is found in The Tenderloin amongst obvious signs of gentrification ...
... year. So happy to see the bay! In one part, there was a cool museum of old school arcade machines.
As I continued walking, I stumbled upon Pier 39. Very cool to see the California sea lions! They were roaring for a while.
Later on, there was a guy dressed in green. He moved as a robot and when he moved, a little boy was crying. His parents were laughing.
I continued see along Jefferson street until I hit Market St. Then, I ...