Gerstle Park Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are in Portland at the moment (where I am waiting for my flight to) and we might meet up for lunch tomorrow before they head back up to Canada. I’m hoping they might be around some of the areas I’ll
travel through whilst I’m up there too. It’s always nice to see a familiar face.
Lily and Sheila arrived back at the hostel and me and Lily stayed up chatting in the lounge bit late into the night. It was a ...
... like a gym with a few paintings and a large mural. A security card appears and we ask her where we can find the entrance to the exhibits. She says "Oh the Riviera Diego Exhibit." and takes us back to the "gymnasium". Long story short, the only exhibit was the one we had already seen. I did some research on Diego and learned that he was a Mexican artist know for his murals of oppressed workers. The security card suggested we ...
... prison. Famous inmates include Al Capone, George Kelly and Robert Stroud and there are numerous movies and rumours about escapes from Alcatraz. Many of the buildings are in poor repair after partial demolition in the 1960s after the prison was closed. The main prison block is still intact with some cells and admin areas furnished as they would have been when the prison was in use. No woman were ever imprisoned on Alcatraz, blacks were segregated from whites, Mexicans ...
... Central Park New York - a beautiful place offering Segwway tours, single and tandum and four people bike rides. I would have visited the California Academey of science and De young museum ( Modern art ) in the grounds had we had time. Alleged to have a golf course, large ball park, 3 lakes, horse riding faciltites etc a good 2 days could be used up here. Other possible stop offs would be Haight street - very bohemien with some great alternative tie ...
... a gorgeous wide palm tree-lined pedestrian boulevard that reconnected a significant part of San Francisco's historic waterfront with the rest of the city.
In 2002, the Ferry Building underwent an extensive restoration and renovation and the ground floor now houses a marketplace of lovely restaurants, coffee bars and food-focused shops. On Saturdays, there's an ...