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. ...
... easy walking or public transport access to many of San Francisco's neighbourhoods. It is a physically striking city, and as I hinted yesterday, the street-scapes and architecture is very different to anything I have ever seen. Much of central San Francisco is built around hills - so as you get to the top of a hill, some of the views that emerge are breathtaking! Going up a cable car today from Union Square to Fisherman's Wharf was ...
... we did a little bit of shopping on universal studios city walk it had been an awesome day we loved LA and we will definitely be coming back! This morning we left LA and we headed up the beautiful pacific highway passing through Malibu beach and Santa Barbara. These are some of the most beautiful towns in America and are situated between the Channel Islands and Santa Ynez mountains the towns are breath taking and have some of the most stunning views in the world no wonder some of ...
... money. I wanted to take it easy for the day, so I took the bus up to see the "Full House" famous houses- the Painted Ladies. Another brilliant example of why I titled this entry "You've Got Interesting People". A lady gets on the bus, with a small bag, which she is banging around quite aggressively. She starts randomly yelling at this guy, about utter nonsense, and she got really aggressive. The bus also smelled like puke... badly. I decided ...
... holding the bridge up and considering it was built so long ago you’ve got to be impressed by the skills of the engineers back then.
With the hobos getting more and more random and somewhat aggressive the idea of them living in what seems to be steam filled sewers below is more believable every day. Maybe I watched to much teenage mutant ninja turtles as a kid or the latest batman but every cover I walk over I now look ...