Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport / Burlingame
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... idea. Backto town on the trolley for lunch. The sister on the stand recommended ramen in the food court. Was that the name of the establishment or the food dish. Anyway we found the place and enjoyed a lacksa style dish (here we go food again!) Then on the cable car to go to little Italy, an area while lots of Italian (what else!) restaurants. Walking walking checking food and prices (but we had just eaten a big - but healthy lunch) Needed ...
... is still full of hippies so it's not too late for a summer of love if you missed 1967. Tie dye is particularly in vogue but expensive. Brian Goggin in 1997 produced an art installation entitled 'Defenestration' on the corner of 6th and Howard. It involved fixing the furniture to the exterior of the building with bits teetering and suspended bizarrely. It's art! And famous too. It's difficult to out-weird SF. It is due for demolition next week!We ...
... halp out with details about the seals and share some nice and fun stories about the animals and the general wildlife.
Moving on from Ano Nuevo we drive into Santa Cruz on the north side of the bay. Unfortunately we missed the surf museum and ended up right next to the famous boardwalk. The boardwalk is loaded with rides and traditional boardwalk ...
... s so long I'm surprised we stayed awake, and we are not converted but at least we know what it's all about now.
In terms of plans, I couldn't help myself because I found out at the end of the week that Kira was teaching a follow up week in Berkeley starting Monday so I arranged with Kira do help her with some babysitting in exchange for part of the fees. We also tried to figure out how to stay closer to the workshop as it was almost a 2 hour commute from here ...
... the 1.25 miles to shore.
The prison was closed in 1963 as it was too expensive to run.
In 1970 a group of Native American activists took over the island as a protest at the treatment of Native Americans. The occupation lasted 15 months. The protest opened the eyes of the people to the plight of the Native Americans and, funnily enough, to the plight of the island. Soon after it was handed over to the National ...
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