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... br> healthiest of days but it was interesting to taste that potato and
gravy is different here but the chicken is pretty much the same.
We ended up sleeping in a car park in
Oakdale CA. It had a Starbucks so we figured if they tried to move us
along, we could always go purchase a coffee so we had a legitimate
reason to be parking there. Not the best nights sleep but it was
someone to stop and we were all tired after a long day.
... fuss and headed to our accommodation.
The Europa Hostel is cheap and nasty, and in a not really nice part of town but the owner and his son are really nice guys and made us feel quite safe. Justin and I dropped the car off up the street at a secure car park before taking the girls out somewhere for dinner, the were both a bi peckish. We first went to Tempest a dive bar that reeked pretty ...
... Pier 39′s K-Dock shortly after the Loma Prieta earthquake hit San Francisco in October 1989. By January 1990, the boisterous barking pinnipeds started to arrive in droves and completely took over K-Dock. With a plentiful supply of food from the Bay and an environment protected from predators, the PIER 39 Marina proved to be an ideal living situation for the sea lions. Within a few short months, the number of sea lions grew to more than 300 and hit an ...
Hayley got me a peppermint hot chocolate in the airport to calm my nerves after that horrid journey and we rode the shuttle to the taxi rank. We got chatting to an Australian man on the transit and then had the Chattiest Chinese cabby in the world drive us back into the city. He would not stop talking about China and how all designer stuff there is cheap and we should go shopping there. It was exhausting. Once back we promptly went to bed and got some much needed ...
... you drive underneath the bridge heading east) to Yerba Buena Island and the man-made 'Treasure Island', which both lie in the middle of the Bay and the middle of the Bridge. Treasure Island was constructed in 1936-37 for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition and is now the home of a historical naval station and auxiliary air facility. After stopping for some photos of the city-scape we headed back over the Bay Bridge (this time we were ...