Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Airport - San Bruno
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"Temperature differences between the cities we've visited over the last few days of our travel have been dramatic."
We departed from LeMoore and Travis' House at 10:35am Thursday morning with the goal of getting into San Francisco before the rush hour traffic. Travis and family joined us in a caravan to S.F.
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... nay and a bread bowl full of this hearty brew. It was quite cold down on the Warf as there is a cold wind that blows in from San Francisco Bay. The Warf was alive with people and activity including buskers and street performers. Tired from our early morning travel we caught a cable car back to the hotel to escape the cold wind and rest our weary legs.Dinner was very a very average Chinese meal in china town.
Awoke at nine and decided on brunch at 11.00am. Wandered down ...
... authority on Kashmir Shaivism, a Branch of Hinduism. At the same time I've studied Vajryana Buddhism and received permission to perform Chod and Powa, both powerful meditations taught by Lama Wangdu Rinpoche, a hugely charismatic Tibetan Buddhist Monk. I find great inspiration in yoga (shout out to The amazing Kris Myers). I am constantly inspired by ...
... Edgar J Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time. Originally jailed for 15 years but spent the rest of his life in prison. If any of you ever visit, or re-visit, San Francisco, please make sure you go on the Alcatraz Night Tour - you won't regret it. And what did I do when we got back to the pier at 7pm? Yep, walked back to the hotel and managed it with very few Ups. Tomorrow morning is sorting and repacking, then late afternoon I head off to the airport. So soon it'll be all ...
... and all spent the night there, which was a whole lot better for me J The next day, I decided to slightly remove my trampy look by doing some clothes washing before renting a bike and going to see Golden Gate Bridge and Muir Woods. Pictures do most of the talking for that (both were awesome) but it was quite a bit more challenging for me… This was actually the first time I’d been on a bike since the 322km ride in Canada, but I didn’t wanna pay a shitload for ...
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