Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge
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... picking up fares I think it was pretty safe to say he wasn't a security threat or had dead hookers in the boot. At the airport they had a curbside checkin which was very fast, but I felt like I was getting scammed when he hinted for a tip. When I got our boarding passes I realised his negative care factor - all three seats were ten rows apart! So instead of having a leisurely relax prior to flying I had to sort out seats... hashtag first world ...
... every morning for breakfast. Freshly. Baked. Train. Muffins. Even the chilled turkey sandwich I got when I joined the riffraff in economy between Edmonton and Jasper was better than a microwaved burger for crying out loud. I have a two day and two night journey from San Francisco to Chicago coming up in a little over a week and I'm now really worried about the standard of food and service I will receive. It's not like this is cheap you know; I choose train travel because I enjoy it, but ...
... beach and pier without all the mayhem that comes with living in LA When we arrived it was packed and we had to jump off the bus and walk a couple of blocks to the pier as the bus just couldn't move anywhere from all of the traffic. When we arrived at the pier it was so packed you couldn't even see the end of the pier, there were so many buskers and street acts as well as people with giant pythons and rare parrots that you could have your photo taken with them. We couldn't believe ...
... him overtakes us. He turns, smiles and then holds the door for us to enter the restaurant's outer lobby. we exchange a few words but I can't remember exactly what and then he just disappears inside whilst we continue to wait in a queue to be seated. as we wait we read the history of this iconic restaurant and it's famous owner which is hung on the wall with lots of photographs of current and bygone years and celebrity ...
... and drove through the Haight District which was well known as a hippie area in the 60’s -70’s. Houses where Hendrix and other famous artists lived were pointed out to us - so much to take in ! We went back to Union Square via Japantown and eventually on to Union Square.
Mary, George and Doug manage to walk up to the hotel while I checked out a couple of things at Macys and kept an eye out for potential dinner for us. ...