Courtyard By Marriott Foster City San Francisco Bay Area
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Well that might have been in the '60s but so far people all look the same as people from Oz, though we will go to the hippy area (Ashbury I think it is) at some stage. So, after a long haul flight and a long queue through customs, we arrived at our hotel around 3pm. Endeavoured to notify family of our safe arrival, only to discover we could receive emails, but can't send them! This also happened in Vietnam, but we eventually rectified the ...
... I missed them not being there. It took us awhile to find an open bar/restaurant since it was now around 12:00am, but finally we got food and drinks at The Pub BBQ at ghirardelli square. I ordered a Loraine old fashioned and fish tacos while my aunt ordered a gin martini and fish and chips. Afterwards, we briefly visited The Buena Vista cafe next door, which closed at 2am. Most bars in San Fran close at 2, I was told by the ...
... but he assured us we were 2 miles from town.
We camped the night just outside the NP in Lee Vining since it was getting late and made our way into Yosemite in the morning. The drive was stunning, gorgeous lakes, mountains and trees. It was pretty busy because of summer break, we had a look around in Yosemite valley then went up to Glacier Point to see the amazing over view. We also ...
... as you can get - without it being "actual" take out. It was super busy with locals and now we know why - it was fabulous! Wednesday we woke early and caught the boat Alcatraz National park departing Pier 33 at 8:45 am. Catching the first sailing turned out to be a good idea as the Rock was soon crawling with tourists. You can see Alcatraz very clearly from SF, it is much closer that we imagined. The tour was cool, so many stories ...
Last day in America, soon on our way to London.
Last night we went for a meal at Pier 39 we had a whole crab and prawns it was very tasty, we used your drink treat money Rachel for a bottle of C******ay, thank you :0) We went the whole way with a bib around the neck and nut crackers to hand. Pier 39 is A very alive place - yes OK its commercialised but so are a lot of places. Walked back along the water to our bus stop. Lovely to ...
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