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... suggests that I book a hotel just in case. I agree.
Then I realised that, as a foot passenger, I didn't have to be at the ferry terminal until
3.30 pm. After a chat with my new BF we decided that it should be do-able and, provided the distance between the two terminals wasn't too long I would take a chance. I had also noticed that there was a free phone number for the ferry terminal and they confirmed the journey was only 4/5 ...
Today was the day I got to walk around the island that is the scene for one of my favourite movies, Alcatraz! It was so fascinating and I have a new obsession with the inmates that were there. Mainly a man by the name of Robert Stroud - The Birdman. He was such a character and I'm keen to find a book about him. Then it was lunch at Bubba Gumps! With a beautiful view and delicious cocktails and ribs. There's also a Lefty's shop at the wharf Ree! :) Needless ...
We then caught the light rail service (tram) back to the cable car museum to have a look around, was a great sight to see how they work and the history behind them.
We then had a walk through Macy's and other shops then spent the rest of the day buying other souvenirs, the navigated through the city well, but there is still so much to ...
... myself in Morocco and knew I would regret not walking the extra 1000 yards back to the hotel.
After I went back and got the painting and went back to the terminal and through security I started to walk towards the L gates, which I was soon to find out were at least three quarters of a mile away from the security gates. With all my bags and the painting and my scarf and raincoat and everything, I had to ...
... population of central California cheered and the native American rain-dancing teams packed up their dancing moccasins as we pulled over at a Burger King to get out our foul weather clothing when it started to pour. I suspect that there was not quite enough today to end the drought, but here’s hoping that our little dousing is the start of things to come.
By the time we arrived in San Franciso and approached the famous Bay Bridge the sun was out again. The toll ...