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... while, and just chatted about our vacations [she was leaving for France the next day] and our lives for a little while. It wasn't a very long visit, she had to go to work, but we both really appreciated her taking the time our of her life to visit us even though we were about twenty or so minutes late :x
Anna was a member of the San Francisco Zoo, so she had some free passes for us, so she walked us to the zoo, and got ...
... car to Fisherman's Wharf. Getting to know our way around really well after just one day. It was packed with tourists and we walked all the way along to Fort Mason. A really nice walk along the waterfront and although it ended with another steep hill, it was a beautiful view. We could see across the bay that the Golden Gate Bridge was clear of fog, so decided to jump back on the 28 bus and head back over for some 'blue sky' bridge photos. The bus ride took a ...
... next destination which was the Redwood Forest. The biggest trees in the world. They where massive. They where pretty. Lots of carvings on the trees. I liked it a lot.
San Fransisco was pretty good. We had good seafood dinner. It wasn't as good as Washington DC and New York but they where so good that we now know it wasn't that bad.
... Hop On Hop Off may not be running today or may be limited. They phoned through and we were told to get there ASAP to get our tickets to Alcatraz. We had been planning on taking a tram or cable car but used a taxi instead. One of the hotel staff stood on the road blowing a whistle and waving one down. It cost $9 to go to Fishermans Wharf. On the way we saw the Crookedest street in SF, a Mad Max styled car drive past, and the Blues Brothers style SF Police ...
... up at the start. There was a homeless dude telling the crowds this at one of the stations, and then he requested a few dollars for the info. Pretty enterprising way of begging. As a side, the population of San Francisco is some 830,000, and they have 30,000 homeless people. That is a serious problem. We managed to get on the second car that came, and we got the best place – hanging off the side and right at the front. It is a pretty awesome (if not a ...