Dog's Inn on the Mesa
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... rolls. He said the spring rolls were the best he's ever tasted and we both thoroughly enjoyed it! We then walked around north beach and little Italy (where our hostel is situated - almost on the boundary between little Italy and Chinatown :) ) and were given lots of recommendations of places to eat and also history etc. We then made it to union square where the tour ended :) it was a great tour and anton ...
... trains and buses). so onto a train which took out to our B&B stop. Had to walk up a typical San Francisco big slope for about 200 metres and was pooped with the suitcases on wheels. However nice B&B with all windows open and very quite.
Interesting the Bart is a driverless train as was the electric trains back in Vancouver.
Different having accommodation in Suburbia and not Tourist area, although station only a short distance ...
... thing's just not as famous as Lombard Street. The reason they made it crooked (it has about eight 180 degree turns in it) is because it was deemed too steep for 1920s automobiles to just go straight up or down (down only in this case). I mention this not because it's interesting (although it is) but so you can really appreciate it when I say I walked up it. And I walked up the side on the pavement too, not the gently sloping curvy road bit.
... between burnt out billiard halls south of Market and the 24k gold domed roof of City Hall.
Tenderloin took its name from the districts corrupt coppers (glad that doesn't happen anymore) who took so many bribes they were able to switch from sausage meat to tenderloin steak at every meal. Interesting to note that as one proceeds uptown thru The Tender Knob and Nob Hill, the districts are so named to indicate one's ascent up the class ladder. From a $1000 a ...
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