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... and abandoned mines. It is worth a days drive if you are around. We ended the day watching the red moon eclipse on the boulders of the park. Cali is a wonderful part of the world. The diverse nature of both the countryside and the cities almost make it a country unto itself. We have soaked up almost a third of our allotted time in this country in this state alone, and still barely covered off a list of to dos. Now on to Vegas, and whatever happens there sure as **** aint stayin there. ...
September 16, 2015
The trip to SFO was nothing special, little traffic, a HUGE SUV and more luggage than I've ever seen in one place before!
British Air made it VERY easy to check-in – since we’d already printed our Boarding Passes, we made our way to Baggage Drop off, showed them our passports and viola – done. Easy peasy. THEN…..we saw the line for security HOLY ****! ...
... The Rock". There is no fresh water on the island. What it did have was the 3 most important things in real estate - location, location, location. It formed the pinnacle of the triangle defense of the San Francisco Bay and was thus first used as a fort by the army to protect the harbor along with two other forts at the entrance to the bay. Any enemy trying to enter the bay would face defensive fire from 3 locations, ensuring their defeat.
Along the ...
... impossible and that even if prisoners escaped they would certainly die in the surrounding waters. So on opening day, a 17 year old girl swam from Alcatraz to SF just to show it could be done! Trust a teenage girl to prove she was right!
We recommend Alcatraz to any visitors of SF and say thanks to those who suggested the audio tour - it was amazing.
The following day we explored a history of a different kind...the rainbow kind. We ventured into the ...
Note: This is a continuation of previous Blog Post about San Fran that ended with us at the top of Lombard street.
The next stop for the day was China Town. Almost all cities have some sort of china town and I have seen Boston’s several times before but San Fran’s is supposed to be one of the biggest around. The first part of china town that we came to was the local chinese street market which, if you have never been to a ...