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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... playground. There were the usual climbing frames and slides, but also two concrete slides! He loved those! The idea is to sit on cardboard to go down them, but the kids kept losing the cardboard halfway down! How Owen didn't get a hole in his shorts I'll never know! There was an old carousel at the park too which we all had a ride on :) We also went back to Pier 39 for some lunch and ...
... along the sidewalks before heading down to the Richmond District and sharing a Pizza and Greek Salad.
Both feeling rather tired, we headed back to Les's place and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing in front of the television watching movies. Les provided me with an insight into the San Francisco real estate market and how expensive it is to live here. I had a brief insight passing Real Estate 'shops' over the ...
... we had a stroll part way along,and that was our first day over. Next morning we set off to ChinaTown. It's a long street decorated with lanterns, and many interesting shops. Some market or food stalls would have been nice, but there were none. We jumped on a trolleybus and rode up to Mason and Powell, one of the famous hills of San Fran. The trolley buses were originally conceived back in 1873, when Andrew Hallidie, saw a horse ...
... grateful for the wind that had picked up as our energy levels were fading and it was helping to keep us awake long enough to laugh at the sea lions chilling on Pier 39. We opted for a picnic-style dinner at the flat with supplies from Trader Joe's (an amazing, cheap and healthy California institution) including the obligatory 2 Buck Chuck (great wine that is actually no longer $2 but $2.49) and called it a night. The ...
... other day, was that anything that could go wrong with our equipment, did. The video wall had a snag on a power cord while raising it and shorted out a piece of equipment. We had crimped wires, bad fiber optic boxes, and just a plethora of issues that, though we were prepared for, really slowed down our progress. I can understand why they bring so many spare parts. You never know what might go out, and when.
Well, it is now about show-time, I will write again ...