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... hours nap. Struggling with jet lad and Carol has the remmants of a cold that she picked up in China.
We had a wonderful trip to China ... an amazing country! We hope you have enjoyed traveling along with us. I hope to go back in the next couple of days and finish the blog for those days where we didn't post and to add a summary of our experiences.
... for all you can eat pancakes tomorrow though - trust me!). We walked laced up our sneakers and hit the pavement, walking all the way down to Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf (about 3km from our hostel). We then decided to walk to the Golden Gate Bridge, about another 5km from Fisherman's Wharf. We got close enough to take some pictures and avoid heavy foot traffic in that general direction. Flash forward to just after noon, we were feeling hungry, and what do you ...
... regularly from kids trick n treating. There were some awesome costumes, from a family if bananas, to a southern belle, duct man and Ariel.
I opened the door the first time and was so excited I said trick or treat!!!!!! of course it was my first Halloween ever haha
After dinner I was talked/manipulated into watching a scary movie, the movie of the choice was The Ring. It had scary moments for sure but I was able to walk through the house in the dark and ...
... at Alcatraz prison on the island -- totally cool after hearing so much about it over the years! There was a great iron warship tied up at the dock, as well as a WWII submarine that could be toured. Nearby was a Ripley's Believe It or Not museum, a wax museum, and even an antique arcade with only mechanical arcade games (nothing electronic).
We strolled along the dock after our meal and happened upon the famous sea lions that lie ...
Part 3 - Exercise
Partially to burn off the aforementioned, and partially because I liked the idea of striding around San Francisco in my hiking boots grasping an energy-filled houmous breakfast sandwich, I spent Wednesday morning "urban hiking" up a hill called Corona Heights which provided some breathtaking panoramics of the city. From there, I caught the metro into downtown to have lunch with my host at the Google office in SF. It was exactly what I expected a Google office ...
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