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 …
... was Tauck’s intention.
We returned to the hotel about 10 pm, which was quite late for folks with Eastern Standard Time body clocks. The day was packed and exhausting to many (not me, of course). I edited the day’s 400+ photos but did not get the blog written since we had to get up early for bag pull.
We head to Yosemite tomorrow. I have never been there. Snow is predicted. My camera and I are very ...
This morning, we were to bid a sad farewell to Blueberry, and an au revoir to Bluebird. But, first, there was a "must do" to be done: a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge.
Craig and I rode to the visitor centre at the city end of the bridge, and were soon joined by Sylvia and Mandy-Jane, who came by taxi. All went according to plan: after a few photos, the intrepid riders left the camera crew (Sylvia and Mandy-Jane) on the bridge, ...
... br> The city tour was very educational and we managed to keep the entire (12 people) bus entertained with our banter back and forth with Lorenzo our bus driver / tour guide. He dropped us off at the Alcatraz boat docks and away he went. We did have fun with him.
Alcatraz was sobering and very interesting. You were so right Elizabeth - one of the ...
... boat cruised around the harbour so we could see some of the flash areas, before the Fireworks started at 9.30 - they have them going off in two places with identical patterns and in sync. The fog was quite low so we could not see all the high flashes but it was impressive. After a bit more cruising the harbour we docked and Myra took us back to the hotel ready for sleep. Saturday was our final day so Myra ...