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... life and on our bus as well, so it made for an interesting and loud bus trip back.
We ended up making our train with two minutes to spare, and after going through a few carriages, found some seats as well. Everything was going alright, until we came across some roadworks being carried out on the tracks. This ended up delaying the train, meaning we were 20 minutes late for our bus. Apparently though, everyone who was on that bus was also on the train with us, because we ...
... we had started to realise we were in a pretty dicey looking area but since it was still daylight we thought we'd walk and maybe catch a cab back. Turned out OK but there are a lot of homeless people in the area which is called Tenderloins and I did some research and essentially you stay on certain streets and stay away from others. When we got to the theatre which is on one of the main streets, Market Street, the area still had a few homeless people etc, but it felt safe ...
I'm here at the end of Pride Week.
It must've been a busy and colorful week.
Parade on Market Street.
It's beautiful out.
Of course, we're still at home watching the Netherlands play Chile in the World Cup. Thereafter, taking car to car wash, doing last house cleaning, packing up and we'll hit the road. First stop tonight will probably be near Sequoia National Park. Can you believe it? An eight week trip and we haven't packed a thing yet. Must keep possibility open to not leave until tomorrow, but we'd really hate that. We wanna get out of here!
Update: No, we're leaving tomorrow.
... the Cathedral. Grace Cathedral is the biggest we'd ever seen. There were little side altars for different denominations which was very ecumenical. Raptures abounded when we heard the pipe organ being played,but sadly for only a short time.
Walking down that steep hill was so hard, as I had to walk on my heels and sort of backwards as we made our way down to China town. Paul saw a large duffle bag which had a handle and wheels, so as it was a bargain price, ...