Days Inn San Francisco International Airport West
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... on the younger men! Luckily the other people seemed to know the drill so I could copy when they stood, knelt and sat, and there was a programme so i could mouth along in the right places. It was a nice experience and the cathedral is beautiful with lots of stained glass, and a labyrinth copied from the one in Chartres. It took about 10 minutes to follow all the curves and turns, it felt quite meditative.
After all that I was hungry again. There's a pizza ...
... are shipped out to Alcatraz daily, it's amazing how many people they can fit on one boat. We were at the back of a queue that seemed to contain hundreds, we thought we would have to wait for the next boat, but no they fit us all on plus more.
An interesting place, worth one visit at least. They closed the place in 1963 due to running costs & deteriorating buildings. Alcatraz was never run to full capacity, on average there were 260 inmates, ...
... and travel passes together with the all important local discount booklet.
Andy then sampled the famous Clam Chowder servedin a sourdough bread bowl in The Pier 39 Market Restaurant with great outlook over the pier and sea lions.
The next stop was The Aquairum on the pier, which exhibits local marine life which was surprisingly good, this is the closest ...
... hand in front of her nose. Without missing a beat Wayne said "they even simulated a natural gas leak".
One of Scott’s friends, Nico, was playing harmonica and guitar near the fountain so we stopped and listened to a few songs before catching the bus and BART back to the airport in plenty of time for our 9:30 flight to Auckland. We couldn’t have asked for a better way to spend our 12 hr layover in San ...
... to the federal government for use as a penitentiary. A penitentiary is a place where criminals are sent to repent their sins and ask forgive ness. It opened in 1934.
Only the worst criminals and those who had misbehaved in other prisons were sent to The Rock. The warden was quite a smart chap and from his experience in other facilities he knew that it was important to serve good food to keep the inmates happy and to prevent ...