Courtyard By Marriott Pleasant Hill
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... the painted ladies... This, we did. We got the bus from union square after three other companies having multiple busses each come and go during our waiting time (clearly we chose the wrong company) but, we eventually got there. We had a lovely steep uphill walk, and eventually got to see the iconic painted ladies, however, we agreed there were a lot of more architecturally beautiful houses around than just this row ...
... but fun, we end up in a place called union square about 2 miles from where we started so decide to walk back and take in the sights, after about 20 minutes its clear that to get anywhere in San Francisco you need to have legs like Bradley Wiggins, the hills are so steep. Just before we get back to the bay front we find a street called Lombard street, its very wiggly if thats the right word have a look at the photo's. Back at the hotel we collect Cecil adjust the seats, mirrors etc, check ...
... yesterday with Dan determined to buy something - he came out empty handed again!! After that we went for a bit more of a ride on the bus, and a ride on the old cable cars up the hill, followed by a quick stop at the mall. Kellon bought an All Blacks jersey (in America?), cheap though! Headed back to the hotel for a wee nap and a swim. Tasted my first Budwieser in the bar, then we were entertained by a man (on drugs?) ...
... were hanged *The prison was never at its full capacity *rule #35 states "you are only entitled to food, shelter, clothing and medical attention. Everything else is a privilege and you must earn these privileges by conducting yourself properly" *this prison was only used for 29 years * the recreational yard is something that u hade to earn - if u were allowed to go out it was only once a week *there was another escape attempt which took over 2 years worth of planning. They dug ...
... crossings. We were about 16 miles out of Bellingham, WA - Squamish to Bellingham was the most difficult 100 miles of the entire trip - never thought we would see the day when we were actually happy to get on I5. We decided to spend the night in Anacordes, WA. - had dinner at Adrift (wonderful find).
8/23 - After breakfast at Adrift we walked around and then headed out to catch the Port Townsend Ferry to Whidbey Island. The day was ...
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