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... boarded and 'cast off' for "The Rock".
The interesting thing about the Ferry is it is primarily powered by solar panels and wind generators. The informative signs around the boat explained how the power is generated and stored and you get to see the power generation and 'output' on the instrumentation panels on each deck.
Alcatraz Island was first documented by the Spaniard, Juan Manuel de Ayala in 1775, who charted the San Francisco Bay and named it "La Isla de ...
... hotel so we jumped on and rode it home. It was awesome especially as we were up the front and got to ride it on the side holding on like you see in the movies! We also didn't figure out the ticket system so it was free - even better! We decided to catch a movie for the evening so we had a quick thai dinner (next door to hotel and amazing - recommend!) & went to The Hunger Games movie. We really liked it and it meant we stayed up after 9.30pm for the first time in about ...
... cough and cannot sleep at 4 am. We were taking people and picking up people in Rosemead. Its a suburb with most Asian. When first generations migrate, they went to Rosemead and thats why there is so many Asians there. Even doctors are Asians, ie. Chinese, Vietnamese making most of the population.First stop was Santa Barbara and sure loving the sun and beach. Really wish I can stay longer or even, be a Californian. Just so jealous of the weather and the beauty.Then we ...
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The people here are crazy friendly - and want to know all about us and our trip. Everyone who has found out we go to Yosemite, say it's absolutely beautiful, and show us their personal photos. #GetPumped.
... they are also kinda cute. I've also found out that you can watch the sea lions on a dedicated web cam (http://www.pier39.com/home/the-sea-lio n-story/sea-lion-webcam-2/) should you wish to get your fix when back at home.
No trip to San Fran is complete with sampling some sea food. There are ample restaurants in Fisherman's Wharf as well as 'takeaway' outlets where you can buy items like shrimp and clam chowder, which seems to be ...