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... of beautiful, classy architecture to dingy apartments, all complete with external fire escape ladders. It was amazing to see how close people live in these big cities. Some apartments even had to hang their washing from a make-shift line out their windows. The tour concluded back at Pier 39. Before returning to the hotel we explored the Fisherman's Wharf street markets and saw a mixture of clothing and souvenir stores and interesting street performers. Was too indecisive to pick ...
... and waited for 45 minutes, it was taking so long that Dan then taxied to the hostel to check us out before we got charged for that (bear in mind San Fran has extremely steep hills all over the place so walking sometimes takes aggges and good fitness - hence taxis everywhere). In the meantime I battled with the lock for another half an hour and finally got it open before Blazing Saddles even arrived! When Dan returned we biked back to Blazing Saddles, avoiding all the ...
... found it, checked in and are quite happy with our cheap 'Booking' deal. Sadly after our long morning we crashed, wasting a beautiful afternoon in the city... We struggled to get up for dinner and are looking forward to another glorious sleep! Hopefully we will be up early and ready to take on the day tomorrow! Safe in sound in San Fran, and probably still beating you to ...
... practise their half pipe in the skate park. We walk back along the beach while the waves crash against our feet. So refreshing! We watch a flock of baby birds walk in front of us avoiding the waves as they come in feeding off the sand. They're so cute! As we enter Malibu the houses are stunning. Quirky beach house on the seafront to expensive condos up in the hills! The beach has huge waves! Biggest we've seen yet! There's a couple trying to catch some waves with ...
... man is San Francisco born and raised and homeless. He told us a bit about the history of San Fran, the cable cars and also what he knew about Australia. After about 15 minutes Stan had shown us to our location and asked if we could spare some money. We gave him 10 bucks for his guidance. It made us stop and think how an intelligent and kind man like Stan would end up homeless. He ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking