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... costume and they were getting ready for a parade.
I must say, it was delightful weather to be on the bus. And, a little tip for you, the guide did not charge us to ride on the bus which was a big savings. It appeared that if you picked up the bus in the middle of the route, you could get on for free, but if you picked it up at the beginning of the route, you paid for the ride. However, if that is not your experience, ...
... the hotel shuttle back to the airport at 6:30am. Upon arriving at SFO, it was quite busy. The lines in the terminal for UAL are not well designated when it’s busy and people were confusing the security line with the bag check line because there were so many people. Both lines were moving at a snails pace. Finally, they opened another security line and led a batch of us downstairs one level where that one was located, so the wait was not quite as ...
... as our apartment in New York doesn't have laundry and we were fairly desperate for fresh clothes!
After this, we decided to head out to have a little investigate of the area we were staying in. We didn't really have long enough to head into the city centre, so we walked around until we found a lovely little restaurant called Jeffrey's, run by a gay man in honour of his late partner of the same name. The steak we had was really good, although ...
... experience too. This past year, he has worked for many months with children and teachers and XOs in schools in Haiti. http://buildingaschool.org/ He has consulted with XO Projects and for Development in Jamaica and he in Madagascar helping out there this month.
Adam's role may have changed from OLPC employee to OLPC volunteer. We will be interested in watching his career choices for the future. I for one, hope that ...
... Capitol hill building (which I knew from one of my favourite movies, "The Departed").
After the walk I finally met up with Suzie, who took me to one of the oldest pubs in the city to get plastered on super expensive but delicious Sam Adams beer. We kicked around the city for until about midnight, but decided to call it an early night.
The next day I managed to befriend two aussie guys who were also staying at the aweful hostel, and we headed over to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility