Gerstle Park Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are surveillance cameras everywhere. I tell Laurie that this place is unusual and there's something different about it, but I don't know what. Research later in the evening tells me that it is the landfall for a telecommunications cable that runs all the way from the United States to JAPAN! Okay....I'm impressed.
From there, it's only a few miles to the lighthouse. We stop for photos and to take in the beautiful view. ...
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Shortly after, we popped into San Francisco Westfields to do some more shopping - awesome cheap stuff. Carol got stolen for 30minutes by some shop dude trying to show her how awesome this hair thing it is. She brushed him off, but I thought it would be funny if I told him she has plenty of time. I just continued my shopping Muhaha! (by ...
... chanting or talking to themselves. The bike was in service again we were warned not to walk back down the street as the crazies are about. Suppose this is what make San francisco what it is.
We will return here it is a lovely city.
... for being set at an insanely steep gradient, before hiking back up towards the top of the city. Eventually, we stopped for the best pizza in the neighbourhood, a real spit and sawdust place on the corner of our street. It was delicious!
We then boarded the tram to San Francisco's gay quarter - The Castro. Here, unlike in other gay areas I have visited, it doesn't feel like an area where people were ghettoised. This feels like a place that is proud of its heritage. A ...
Heading to San Francisco today via Old Town and the state capital, Sacramento. Entry to San Francisco was over the Golden Gate Bridge which was shrouded in fog though not a cloud in the sky. Our tour guide explained that the hotter the weather inland, the more fog that forms when the hot air meets the cooler air on the coast. And it really moves - the wind blows strongly and you can see the fog swirling in the wind. ...