Super 8 San Francisco/Union Square Area
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... to Fort Point - what a great view of the city and Alcatraz.
By the way I checked the availability for Alcatraz tours yesterday - and nothing is available while I am here. Ah well - maybe next time.
Next stop was Ghirardelli Square - and whilst I am not normally a sweet tooth/dessert eater I had to have a legendary Sundae. I ...
... that we spent our last day together in style. The next day Jono and Callum were headed home and we said our goodbyes at the train station. It was a rather sad moment, knowing I was alone from then on and I might never see either of them again after we'd spent nearly 2 and a half months together. But that's life, and I quickly got use do being alone, walking the streets of San Fran for the morning and visiting the Giants stadium. I then met up ...
... pushing me to climb to the top, even though you are probably climbing your own hills in the Adirondacks right now. Regardless, it was worth it.
On my way back to Grant street to return to Chinatown, I passed a line of people waiting to get pizza at Golden Boy PIzza - then I saw the pizza. Mario, it looked just like the pizza al taglia from Leonnina in Rome, and smelled just as good, and so I took the advice you would have given me ...
... I know all cities have this sort of problem to some extent, but I couldn’t help but think how the “American Dream” is alive and well… maybe for some.
Day 2 - City Sampler
I’ll be honest - the first three days have kind of sucked. I wasn’t too worried though, because it really took two weeks to get into my trip last year. I wouldn’t want to wait that long for things to get good, though, because I only have ...
... and the places to avoid (Tenderloin in particular). He also talk about interesting psychological stuffs such as how pet owners end up looking like their pets and stares into your eyes (or your soul) when he speaks to you. He taught us how to alight - the 4th St and from then on, we are on our own! (PS. Me and Rouzhen were talking about him a few days later, afraid that his stare might actually possess us or what HAAH, but obviously nothing happened.) We met the unexpected - SF is ...