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... br> Today I treated myself to a bit of a lazy morning, sorting out pictures and chatting with Jamie via the tinterweb. Then it was off to Alcatraz this afternoon! Ferries and Swandawgs aren't the best mixture and I felt really rather sick while I was sat on it in the dock for what felt longer than the trip to Yosemite. Once we got going and the wind came a-gusting it was fine. On the island I made my way up the winding roads to the prison building itself to do the audio tour. It was ...
... was the morning of our surprise helicopter tour of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge for Dave's 70th birthday. Having lived in California for most of my life, 5 years of it in the East Bay, I never thought of doing a helicopter tour before. but it would prove to be something more special than I could image. The tour was recommended by a work friend in London and we thought it would be a great idea for Dave's ...
Well we are now packing up to leave for Yosemite in the morning. We arrived on Wed and spent the afternoon shopping. Then on Thursday we picked up our Hop On Hop Off bus from Big Bus and we went past the Civic. Centre and Golden Gate park and then over the Golden Gate Bridge. We then stopped at the Palace of Fine Arts which was built for a fair in 1915 and the people like it so much ...
... it seemed strange because I thought we had 4 days here. OK then I realised the tablet was still on NZ time. Phew!!
So I SYPED Helen and saw her trying to manage the and other stuff that took our fan three little ones on her own for the first time- Bob has returned to work. We are looking forward to getting there.
Anyway as I say back to San Francisco. We'd decided today would be the day to dive back to the sixties and happy hippy time. We ...
... years, but i soon got
the hang of it. I rode along the waterfront, stopping to take
pictures every so often, rode out to the start of the bridge, had to
work out how to get on the bridge road itself, then it was easy going
straight across, even with the wind and all the traffic. Once over
the other side it was a short trip to Sansilito, where i tied my bike
up with other bikes, got an ice cream and the ferry ticket, then
joined the long line to ...