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... the political prisoners who have been incarcerated around the world. He does this by using lego blocks to create their portraits. There are at least 50 portraits spread out over the floor in the building. It is quite amazing. He also has another exhibit where he displays his kites. Well worth the visit.
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Great Meal, super nachos and a fantastic view. After our tour we had a good time relaxing here before heading home.
Got up this morning and left nice and early to travel the 15mins to where we were going to take the bike tour to Sausilto over the Golden Gate Bridge. We had booked parking luckily around the corner using a scoop on voucher Jess had discovered so it only cost us $2:00 each vehicle for the whole day so thought that was a pretty good deal. While driving there we missed a turn as there was some road works and next minute ...
... and much traffic to get to your destination. Van Ness is actually California 101.
Tour sights included Union Square, City Hall, Chinatown, Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, Lands End (Golden Gate stop overlooking the Pacific Ocean), SF Marina, Fisherman's Wharf and Embarcadero Center. We completed our tour by getting off the bus and boarding a cable car (California line) for a ride down to the Ferry Building.
... amp; four rows across, running red lights & the occasional airborne maneuver. For a moment I thought I was back in Indo in the mid 90's. Partway through the drive my mind did a flashback to the other time I was in San Francisco & our taxi got as airborne as Cameron's Dad's convertible in Ferris Beuller's Day Off. I'd forgotten about in until now - must've been post traumatic stress. Anyway we made it to our friend's house alive. Our friends ...
... Diego so the girls dashed off with great excitement to secure an ice cream whilst Annick and I sat down to a glass of rose on the square. Having drunk, and eaten, our full, we biked back along the boulevard all along to the financial district before turning up market street and heading for home. It was quite late and starting to get dark so it was quite an exciting trip through the rush hour traffic, but we made it back to the Blazing Saddles office safely. ...