Howard Johnson Express Inn South San Francisco
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... at the end of the 19th century.
Then went over the Chinatown, going through the Dragon Gate at the entrance. It is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia and the oldest in the US; fascinating area with back alleys and caught to back end of a dragon at one point. Along Grant street there were many stalls and it was incredibly busy; took a while to work our way through, but not to be surprised for a Saturday morning.
Washington Square was our introduction to North Beach; ...
... as opposed to my overstuffed bag [now checked in]), and have therefore managed to avoid the anxiety overstuffing brings, and who knew, no doubt long ago, that an overstuffed breakfast burrito from Urban Tortilla was maybe not the right choice on a nervous stomach.
Reading, while it may clue you into ...
... Park; (3) Black bear sighting in Great Smoky Mountains.
Milo: (1) Seeing the bison bull descending a hill and dispersing a crowd of onlookers in Yellowstone National park; (2) Canoeing on Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park; (3) Stargazing at Great Basin National Park .
Lulu: (1) Visiting the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio; (2) Stargazing at Great Basin National Park; (3) Hiking ...
... not to mention that it added to the thrilling experience. Coming to the end of the tour, I almost failed to notice one of the past prisoners sitting behind his desk, signing autographs for the new release of his new autobiography about Alcatraz. Unfortunately, we did not buy a copy of his book, therefore could not get him to sign an autograph for us! Overall, the trip was thoroughly interesting and a great experience for all the family.
I'm here at the end of Pride Week.
It must've been a busy and colorful week.
Parade on Market Street.
It's beautiful out.