Extended Stay America - San Ramon - Bishop Ranch - East
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... chilly (55-60 degrees), but cloudless night in San Fran. We took a cab downtown and passed the lit up Golden Gate Bridge (it was so beautiful) and the fisherman's wharf. The streets were empty and there was no traffic at all. It was weird seeing the city this way. We drove up and down the hilly streets, passing cable cars and buses along the way. It took me back to the first time that I visited San Fran 5 or 6 years ago with my dad ...
... Once we land in Sao Paulo on the 19th, our flight to Belo is in the evening. We have about 8 hours to spend time in Sao Paulo. We have to plan for a city tour in Sao Paulo.Here is the itinerary.Sao paulo to Belo Horizonte 19th June, Belo Horizonte to Brazilia 25th June, Brasilia to Manaus 27th June, Manaus to Rio 2nd July, Rio to Sao Paulo 5th July, Sao Paulo to Dallas 5th July and finally Dallas to San Jose 6th July.
Patrick found a hotel in Brazilia ...
... at Star Bucks and reserved our flight ticket to Brazil. We would be flying with TAM Airlines, Brazil's most popular airline.We leave on June 18th, 2014 and return July 5th 2014. We fly to Sao Paulo from San Jose with stop over in Dallas. We gathered again in December after the draw was announced. We picked a few games from the round of 16 and a quarter final game as well. We even picked a preliminary game and hoping we would get one of the ...
... aside from the excruciating bollock pain and my rustiness on a bike. Bruising on my groin aside, the nice cool beers in the sun afterwards were magnificent. This was far too nice. Where were all the mentalists? Every city has had at least one crazy encounter - some more than others, looking at you downtown LA. You don't want to hear me bragging all the time, right? It's ok, I hit the bars.
Polk street especially contained some ...
... just suspend reality, go with the flow and enjoy the experience. So we do the touristy thing...and why not, that's what we are.
We explore the dockland area, then catch a bus to Union Square where all the big stores are, including Tiffany's and Bloomingdales. The bus driver cannot give us change for our $10 for a $4 fare, so he tells us to jump on anyway and ride for free !! Seriously, and its not the first time we have been ...