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DAY 74Our first full day in San Fran didn't exactly get off to a flyer. San Fran has a good bus system, but getting a ticket for it isn't easy. We walked for ages to find a Wallgreens (pharmacy) that sold bus tickets. We finally found one at union square, which was also a let down. We walked up the hill towards the north side of San Fran having ...
... Ashbury's elaborately detailed, 19th century multi-story wooden houses became a haven for hippies during the 1960s, due to the availability of cheap rooms and vacant properties for rent or sale in the district; property values had dropped in part because of the proposed freeway, which was protested heavily and thus never actually built. The bohemian subculture that subsequently flourished there took root, and to quite some extent remains to this day.
In the 1960s ...
... at Alcatraz. He had just brought out a book about his time on the island and was doing a signing. We walked past the morgue to the main cell house where we got given a set of headphones for our audio tour guide. Walking around the cells and the prison was incredible. We could see where the famous escape took place when 3 inmates carved holes in their cells and climbed up the pipes and made their way across the bay. We also seen ...
... Sunday. He also said that the temperature is as good as it gets in SF and that normally we'd be freezing in the evening on the bus - the night tours end next week for that reason. Another fun moment with him was as we were entering a road tunnel he pointed to the sign "Tunnel be silent" and said that's an invitation to make as much noise as you can and he screamed all the way through it. The tour finished at 7.30pm and to tick another thing off our list ...
... cars. One guy got out walked forward then jumped into the air as if he had seen a ghost, ran back around his car then into the driver seat and sped off, is everyone in america on drugs or summin? Bunch of weirdos. Just after that a car pulls up next to us and shines a very bright torch into the window, its the police, who i am actually glad to see. He wanted to make sure we couldnt sleep there but he was friendly enough to offer his help of where we could ...
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Nob Hill Russian Hill, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $223
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Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $265
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