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... alike. The locals must have hated us! We stopped for lunch at an incredible burger place, xxxx, and devoured our food after working up a good appetite on the ride. Kate tried the veggie quinoa and black bean burger which was very tasty inseed! To get back we had two choices: we could jump on a ferry back to the wharf or cycle the 8 miles back, starting with the big hill up to the bridge. The blue skies motivated us to take the *********** and so we jumped back on our bikes ...
... next passenger in my seating arrangement of three seats. Unlike other carriers providing a premium economy class, United Airways provided nothing extra to warrant the additional cost - the seats weren't wider and the food was that which was served in economy.
United Airlines, the carrier I am using for all flights on this trip, is a very ordinary carrier. The food was tasteless and minimal, the service was poor, and the 'new release' ...
... It was quite atmospheric when we arrived and we made the most of it before the rain began.
After returning to central San Fran we had lunch and then proceeded to watch a very unimpressive Easter Parade. We saw a few more bits of the neighbourhood before heading back to our neighbourhood to have drinks.
Later in the evening we packed away in preparation for our trip to St ...
... I just saw an ad in TV for the release of the new 'modernised' version of Annie. Day ruined! Haha! Not really! It's still ridiculous though. It still doesn't seem real that we're on the other side of the world, seeing these amazing sights. The competition of 'Spotto the American Flag' is getting quite intense between Michelle and I. Turns out we're both pretty competitive :) I'm definitely winning though... I can say that, I know she won't read this for a few months... Love love! ...
... didn't know the process of tipping mere bartenders. I could seek no jar or pot and thus decided to watch the locals. It appeared that they left a couple of dollars on the bar each time they ordered a drink, which seemed crazy. If I had spent my years in hospitality in America, getting tips for simply bending down and getting a bottle out of a fridge, I would be a millionaire and could keep travelling until the end of my days. I felt the two dollars burning in my hands as ...
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