DoubleTree By Hilton Newark-Fremont
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Vracíme se do San Francisca! Poloostrov, na kterém město leží, byl kdysi převážně zemědělskou oblastí s pomerančovými a fíkovými háji. Po celé jeho délce na jih se táhnou předměstí končící u města San José. V jeho nejjižnější části byla v roce 1891 založena …
... with a visit to the Ferry Building (Pier 1), it is like an indoor farmers’ market. We had the most amazing cheese on toast with mustard pickles. Next on the hit list was going to Ghirardelli Square to get a traditional cable car. After a long queue we were off. Going up and down the massive hills of San Fran. At the end of the line we had a nervy walk through the Tenderloin District and outside the Civic Center ...
... car up to Kearney. We then went up to Walgreens and got some sleep aid medicine for the flight and some cereal and milk. We then grabbed our laundry and came back to the hotel to watch the end of the Patriots game and then the Seahawks game. The Seahawks won which was awesome. We then went out and grabbed some fried chicken and veg for dinner before coming back and watching the very last episode of Sons of ...
The early morning was rough on both of us. We had to wind our way out of the Grand Canyon in the most indirect fashion. Our gps route to Zion led us to a closed road so we drove through incredible landscapes for about 3 hours as we tried to leave the grips of the canyons. We stopped for entertainment at a Navajo shop and let Baxter run around then read a little about cliff dwellers. We toured through kaibab national forest ...
... manage to see Union Square (not sure what all the fuss is about), catch a cable car (fun but slow), see Fisherman's Wharf and wander around Pier 39. My favourite (and Marty's) of the afternoon was the Musee Mecanique; a collection of old coin operated amusement machines... very funny. Pretty sure that the movie Big with Tom Hanks featured one of these future prediction machines? Anyway, Marty found himself among old friends and got a bit ...