Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport / Burlingame
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Arrived at Los Angeles airport at 6am, a swift pass through customs and then a short stop at the food court to rehydrate. Transferred to our terminal gate and finally boarded our flight to San Francisco 45 minutes late. The day is a bit hazy after not getting any amount of decent sleep on the flight from Australia so once we got to Vanessa's house it was time for a ...
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... and then we parted ways and spent the rest of the afternoon wondering the Mission’s many streets and kooky shops. I bought On The Road, in order to reacquaint myself with the Beat era in its home town – so appropriate – and we finally ventured back to the Bart (past some slightly unsavoury Mission inhabitants) and back to our hostel. We were exhausted, and once again made use of our private room to be fat and lazy and watch Austin ...
... they were driving a big Lincoln SUV. I had to have my picture taken before jumping in.
The Uber driver was great and got us back to the hotel with time to spare. We changed our clothes and headed to the BART station to catch the train to the Coliseum. I did not go to the game on Thursday night so this was my first look at the Coliseum. Let's just say even the Metrodome had more esthetics then this place. But who cares when your baseball team ...
... were really friendly. We sat out on the patio balcony and talked until about 11. Because of the lack of traffic to only took us just over half an hour to get home. Sophia stayed at ours cause her train/buses back home run at stupid times. We got home at about half 11 and started to pack. I finally headed to bed about half 1. For saying we only really had half a day it still felt so long and I've managed to write loads about ...