Hilton San Francisco Financial District
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We went down stairs to try and find out how to get a pass for the street and cable cars. We were directed to a store up the road in Chinatown where you can buy a weekly pass for $35. We purchased a pass and then headed towards one of the stops for the cable car. He car stopped and we jumped on. It was a lot of fun. Like no other public transport I …
... got to the point they would not let people on the plane with more than 1 bag. So many annoying angry people who wanted carry like 4 suitcases on the plane. The next leg Atlanta to quito. Distance 3787.4km. Around 5 hours. Lots of turbulence and managed to score an upgrade to economy comfort which gave us 4 more inches of leg room!! Sat next to a local who had been living in the USA. He gave us some advice on what not to eat. He also pointed out the Lightning in ...
... a much busier and more interesting version, but it somehow does feel more like Melb (wind tunnel streets included) than any other bit of California we have seen on this trip. However, I use this description very loosely, because in reality it is nothing like Melbourne...it is just the Union Square area that somehow reminded me of Melb. The tram cars are pretty much situated a few steps from our hotel (they are much ...
... were made of wood. To stop the fire they dynamited a section in front of the fire and we drove through the saved section of Victorian style houses which are still lovingly preserved and restored. Following this earthquake, building standards were changed.
Per person people here have more pets than children (and we did see some very cute dogs at the Ferry Buildings) and 30% of the population is gay. To set the mood as we ...
After our stay at Napa we were glad to set off for San Francisco and the start of our trip home.
We left at about 11.30 knowing that we had to drive through San Francisco and there might be some traffic but we didn't know that the NASCAR races were on just north and the traffic hold ups this would cause. Our tom tom ...