Hotel San Carlos - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... whose name I cannot remember and a guy from Oz called Matt who works for Queensland Cricket as a coach or something and only packed in field hockey the year before. The Ukrainian lass was off her rocker and very funny. She was the first and only person on the dance floor in front of the aging live band. Matt was very chatty and had a good Chinwag with Jinners. He has since added us on Facebook and suggested we meet up in Brisbane. I fell asleep sat on a ...
... s Crookedest Street", Lombard Street, and amazingly, San Fran's most famous site....Jeremy and I had seen it, but I was riding a cable car then, and this time I was determined to walk it and photograph it. It was really fun, MOBS of Japanese tourists, but I could find places to stand and shoot.
And then, on to the corner of Chestnut and Powell, to get a shot of the cable car coming up Powell from the Bay, with Alcatraz in the background. I seriously ...
... down. There were a few first-time Road Scholars and a significant number who had done 12 or more programs; seemed like an interesting group of people.
Dinner was nice---chicken marsala with tasty accompaniments and apple pie for dessert. We sat with Bill and Winnie, June, Alice, David and Ingrid.
Later, back in our room, I finished my book and crashed soon after. It had been a longggg day!
... out for at least a week :( we walked round pier 39 , looked at the shops and saw the seals and sea lions , had lunch and then coming along the pier the saw a blind man in a booth selling Alcatraz tickets we asked how much they were , he said they included a bus tour too. The tickets were 'abit' more expensive but we decided to buy them as they were very difficult to find . We paid and he handed us the bus ticket and said come back tomorrow ...
... touristy, but we stayed long enough to watch the sea lions basking in the sun next to the pier (we've added a photo!). Zoe ordered a 'Famous Fish-wich’ at Fisherman’s Wharf (bigger than her head!) before we stumbled across Jack’s bar in the old Cannery… with it being Happy Hour, and with 68 beers on draught, it took a fair bit of will power to leave(!), but we eventually made our way back into central San Fran riding ...