Howard Johnson San Francisco Marina District
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... The Huepfels left for Walnut Creek to have dinner with Amanda's parents. The rest of us took the cable car back to the wharf (we had tickets left from our aborted trip the day before). We went to the Chowder Hut and sat outside and had diet coke and cocktails. We decided it would be cheaper and easier to take a cab for the return trip. Good idea but hard to execute since we couldn't find a cab. Nick came to the rescue and ordered a car from "Uber". When ...
... by this stage so we picked up chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl. While demolishing this, out of the blue, a mate from college happened to walk past and recognise me. Noddy and his wife Hayley were touring around the States for 10 weeks with only 10 days left before having to head home. Time for a beer and catch up...
... to watch out for cyclists! It was certainly a long day of walking - but so worth it!
After we arrived back at the hotel, there was a wine reception in the front lobby. Now normally I don’t drink much wine - but this was free wine….so today I drank wine!
After dinner, we jumped on the cable car again and went to Union Square. Some of the stores were closed, so we will have to revisit this area for some retail therapy!
... or bathrooms closed for cleaning? What time are you being collected in the morning to start your tour? What time is sunset? Agreeing a time to meet your new friends for dinner. Crossing multiple time zones, adjusting your watch and trying to remember whether your mobile phone automatically updates itself. Listening for the pilot to announce the local time as you arrive at your destination. Checking your phone did in fact automatically update itself, and thinking you must ...
... per person
2 wool t-shirts per person
Lightweight inflatable pillow and thermarest per person
2 pairs of hiking socks and one liner per person
Pair of gaiters
Bulk beef jerky
Stainless steel backpack cable webbing
Two Skype enabled tablet computers (one with lots of facts about eyeballs so Edie can study)
One outdated iPhone that cannot make phone calls but has ...