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... The Powell Street cable car, the BART and the Historic Trolley Car stops were all within easy walking distance. Great spot for us.
WED 29th Oct.
Headed to Pier 33 to collect CITY PASS and board our first adventure to Alcatraz Island for a tour of the rock. We learnt about Alcatraz, the fort and prison, built during the Civil War to protect San Francisco. Alcatraz, the Prison, converted to a maximum security prison in the 1930s ...
... with no definitive location in mind. As we were a little pushed for time, we thought we'd stick with our tried and trusted Route 101. It wasn't one of our better decisions. Soon we were in four lane freeway hell. Imagine cycling along the hard shoulder of the M25 at 6pm on a Friday evening but with the inside lane allowed to go as fast as the outside. Not something we'd ever want to repeat. Even before the car horns, we realised that bicyclists were prohibited from ...
... area of the city, a little more quiet than were we were staying and no big buildings! The buildings do make a different atmosphere and feel to the place. We rode all the way down market street, to our hotel. We parked the bikes up when and got showered and took the bicycles back. We were sensible tonight we brought jackets with us because we were frozen the first night! The wind is strong here because we are right on the sea. We went to Union square sat outside ...
... on it you have to find people who
have matching pictures and play them at rock paper with the winning giving you
there sticker. Doing this means within just a few seconds we were talking to
loads of different people and this carried on for most of the night. I got
lumbered with some posh English guy who kept talking about his ex wife and how
fantastic his job is, there’s a few losers here who are from San Fran and ...
... history. After the tour, Deanne and I hired push-bikes and cycled for a couple of hours thru Golden Gate Park. It was a beautiful end to a beautiful day. As we cycled down John.F.Kennedy Drive and up Martin Luther King Boulevard, it occured to me that no one even remotely interested in celebrating the past should do so at the expense of what that past has created in the here and now, and also in the hope that it has given us all for the ...