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... SF ) history. On way back missed matinee of The Hunt at the Clay - many were queuing for new Woody Allen movie but I didn't fancy it so went a couple of blocks to new Kabuki Sundance cinema and saw Fruitvale Station instead. A solid neo- realist style dramatised account of real-life killing of young black guy by BART police just 4 years ago ... Very good film and important for me to watch especially in the city where the killing took ...
... video camera to discreetly tape Volume 1 of the Oakland Chronicles we rolled through an area of east Oakland with notorious streets such as Macarthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue. There is actually a movie that's been released in California called Fruitvale Station. It apparently won some awards at the Sundance Film Festival. I am guessing it is one of those films that will be released later on in other parts of the country. Anyways, ...
... and she had found out that one of the teams was going to be taking the boat out today and it turns out it was Team New Zealand so I managed to get a photo from a distance with them in front of Alcatraz. Which happened to be my next stop I high-tailed it to the ferry stop for Alcatraz and boarded the ferry over to the building. Once there I watched the introductory video which talked about the history of the island. It was quite interesting because I didn't know about the ...
... during this tentative. Second one; it was a great escape like the movie "Escape from Alcatraz" with Clint Eastwood where three prisoners have escaped by air duct.
Finally, Robert F. Kennedy minister of justice closes doors of penitentiary in 1963; end of military functions on this island. Now, Alcatraz is great touristic attraction in San Francisco.
I hope giving you for a best understanding about penitentiary history of Alcatraz.
See you soon,
... very compound that others had tried so desperately to escape.
Arriving on the island, one of the rangers gave a quick introduction to Alcatraz, before inviting us to explore the area as we deemed fit. Kez and I opted for the audio tour and were given headsets when entering the first cell block. The quality of the audio presentation was exceptional (unlike the Stars' Homes Tour we took in L.A. which was muffled and practically incoherent). The main narrator, a former guard ...
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