Super 8 San Francisco/Union Square Area
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... down, for.....well you know what for. I arrived back early the next day after having missioned across town. This time I was armed with a small back pack and my craft bib shorts. The now tender sitting bones of my derrière were yelping as I took the first few peddles down the road. 'Come on Kim, it will get better as soon as they go numb, you can do this', yes, I enjoying coaching myself in the practice of masochism. I had heard about the red wood ...
... used, and damages that were caused by the riots and the escapes of Alcatraz. I was trying to just close my eyes and rewind 60 odd years ago and imagine this place as an actual prison, imagine the metal bars on the doors slamming shut at night, imagine the fear of the guards and other prisoners during the riots. It’s like something off a movie.
After the 45-minute comprehensive tour we came out into the gift shop and there was an elderly man sitting down at a desk, signing ...
... your comments, but we promise that it will slow down a little soon so you don't get tired of us! In fact, we will be away from wifi because we will be in Yosemite and Sequoia for a week in an RV! Yes, for those of you who know me well, you can laugh now. Can you imagine me in an RV? Let's go camping, y'all.
Jack's Entry - Wednesday
I just wanted to thank my parents for taking us to Alcatraz on Tuesday. It was awesome. I loved seeing the cells and listening ...
... the walls of “The Rock”.
At the end of our visit to Alcatraz Island we went to see the Lighthouse as well as the Warden´s House standing on top of the hill.
When we were finally done with Alcatraz Island it was 12.30. We spent 3 hours by wandering around “The Rock”. Both of us really liked the tour as it was nicely prepared but at the same time nobody was putting any limits on our freedom during our stay on the island. We could freely ...
... there is a big area where some elephant seals hang out. They are named because they have some sort of trunk on the front of their face. They are pretty funny things – the way they move about the beach is hilarious, and a couple of them were lying down like humans and scratching themselves with their little fins.
Not long after that we reached the outskirts of LA, which we were thoroughly unprepared for...!