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Today saw us boarding a cable car from Fisherman's Wharf to the city centre and Chinatown. What a great form of transport! Where else in the world do you pay good money to stand on a 3inch ledge, holding onto dear life as you sail down a massive hill? If you're fortunate enough you may jag a seat, which we did.
After strolling around, having a …
... to friends. It is the perfect party house, 3 floors, loads of bedrooms, lounge areas, balcony's etc. We got the choice of two guest rooms also. We took the one on the 1st floor which didn't have the cat living in it, he gets his own bedroom! After we had settled in we wanted to fit some stuff in before it got dark. We went to an area of town called the "Mission" district which we heard was very up and coming and the trendy area of San Francisco. They had lots ...
... more impressive than the lights on the Golden Gate. The entire landscape was stunning and we stayed there for over an hour to ensure we made the most of it. It was getting a bit chilly up there so we made a move.
That was our last taster of San Francisco and apart from our one dismal day in Downtown we have loved this city. We will be making our way down the coast next to explore more of the coastal beauty of San Fran. Nothing has been booked from here on in so we are free to come and go as we ...
... only 5p). We were really hungry before we entered Johny Rocketīs but we could barely finish our burgers. In the United States they always serve unbelievably huge portions and sizes of beverages, resulting in a high percentage of obese people. Some of them canīt even walk, however, instead of losing some weight they prefer to use special carriages.
In order to find the Lombard Street we had to walk up one of many hills that make San Francisco so different from other ...
... a huge number of plates (mostly the expensive ones) and full tummies, but it was very delicious. I'm not sure what a sushi joint was doing in Chinatown.
Our shuttle was at 5.00 (because it will be rush hour), ready for our flight at 9.30pm. We actually arrived at the airport at 6.00 pm. We had tried to do an online checkin, but can't as our first flight was not Air New Zealand! Bugger! What bliss to be checking in to an Air New Zealand ...