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... at least one person managed the mile or so swim over to the city (only to be promptly picked up and shipped back to the rock). We also gotx to see the paper mache heads used in the escape made famous by the Clint Eastwood film - those guys were never found. Danielle thought they may have successfully made it, Cat was convinced they did not. Before heading to the main prison building, we took a look around the temporary ...
... public and private buildings.
And thirdly, the hills! David drove bravely up some very steep streets with cross intersections at knuckle-whitening places, and we found one street where vehicles are supervised and only allowed down a winding paved section. But nothing really deterred us, and we feel we have at
least a rough idea why this is so special a place.
We’re back at San Jose for another quiet night at the Caravelle.
... the "nouveau riche" of California. In contrast, Mathilde had enough ingenuity and business sense to open a combination Danish bakery–laundry service–massage parlour which became the family's source of income. At age 14, Spreckels quit school to work full-time for the family business. Meanwhile, she had developed a love of art and enrolled in the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art to study painting. While there, she earned money by being a nude model. Now flush with ...
Margaret's Face Book community advised us last night to visit the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose. It was a house built by Mrs Winchester the wife of the head of the Winchester Gun Corporation. She was worried about being haunted by the people killed by Winchester Guns. The house is weird in the fact that it appears she just kept adding to it but in a inconsistent manner, it goes up and down, rooms are big then small. Let's just call it ...
After an early start we tried to get to grips with the San Fran transport system to get to our tour of Alcatraz. Easier said than done. Should have been a bus, then tube, then a bus again. But after waiting in the wrong place for the tube for far too long as we thought we were waiting for a tram, we had to resort to finishing off our journey by taxi! The taxi was exciting for Trevor as he thought he was the first to see the Golden Gate Bridge, he was in fact looking in ...