BEST WESTERN San Mateo/Los Prados Inn
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... ran every 15 mins down to the water front.
Saturday was trying to find out different things to do, Sunday we managed to find the hop on and off bus.
It's ridiculous that there are no signs to advertise where the stops are! We were rather disappointed that we were given a pair of headphones to listen to a commentary as the bus went to different places.
So today we had time to fill in till Ben arrived. As ...
... 39 and found more sea lions, turns out we weren't the young David Attenborough as the sea lions are endangered and are protected by law under San Francisco; haha there was loads of them! We walked over to pier 45 where we went into musee mecanique where they had all arcade games from the 1800s - early 1900s. They were only 25cent per Game which wasn't bad at all, we had a go in an old photo booth which was so much fun! The first One was amateur though so we went and ...
... up Nob Hill to get to C hi a Town, this hill is really steep and for a car would look like a fair ground ride. Heather talks to some locals as we get near to China town and they recommend a restaurant for us, it's called the Oriental Pearl and the food is simply outstanding, we have a starter of Pot Stickers and dim sum, followed by a duck and a beef and chicken dish and we struggle to eat it all, the standard is truly top class. The waiter used ...
Sat 19th July 2014 Red Bluff, the final cut! The heavy touring & social schedule is beginning to take its toll, with the recommended departure time taking a battering this morning. Plenty of enthusiasm for our final visit, just not so keen on the 45 min drive in the van, at least there was breakfast waiting for us. Hilary (the gps) must also have had a big night as she sent us to the wrong address so we were a little late ...
... and hurry back (not without getting stuck in downtown traffic) to the consulate. When we arrived, the building and streets were teeming with applicants waiting for their passports back. I was again reunited with friends from the past days and we swapped stories of the day – I found out that the pace of processing slowed down significantly after I left and many of them spent yet another day in line waiting to apply to pay for their visa. As we waited, the consulate ...