Days Inn San Francisco Downtown/Civic Center Area
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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San Francisco draws parallels with my hometown on a few levels. The city is a small, elite area on a vast harbour with a famous bridge that forsakes the poorer surrounding dwellings of Oakland and South San Fran by way of said bridges. Green energy is promoted and alternative lifestyles are welcomed as the city almost tries to show off its progression. However, similarly to Sydney, house prices and living costs have become so astronomical that the artists that gave the city ...
... I will remember when I return. Of course I don’t.
Sometimes it has been days before I find things but this time I haven’t even bothered to play this little game at all.
I thought I was bad, but I am travelling with a real expert in this field. Brit not only hides things, but she then writes down where she has hidden them, in Norwegian, in CODE! And then (obviously) hides the paper.
... 160;when telling me the story, "And that's all she said! I was thinking this 80 year old has still got it! Turned out, she wanted me to be her caregiver. Now, I asked, 'why don't you get a women?' 'No, I don't want a women,' she said. 'Who would catch me if I fell? If I hired a women we'd both fall.' So I said, okay! Two weeks later, we were in the bus and Mpara went to grab hold of the bar but just missed it. She fell backwards elbowing me in the face, blood all ...
... bask in the sunshine, ride the trams and soak up the shopping district of Union Square.
The sun was beating down, we were out of the wind and pranced around window shopping past the boutiques of Prada, Gucci and Versace.
All we ended up with after this window shopping was a Starbucks each! Good to see Mum & Dad have got the knack of this backpacking ...
I woke up at 5am on the dot, which was weird because that is the time I usually wake up when at home. It was pitch black outside and not a soul on the quiet downtown street on which we now 'live'. I left Ray to catch up on some zzzz's and got myself organised with a cup of tea and catching up on the blogging. On Russell's suggestion, we decided to get the ferry from Oakland to The City (that is what locals call San Francisco) via the free shuttle bus. So we got ...