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... but not sure how we'll go this time. I'm relying on people receiving the blog. We had a very welcome shower then ventured out on foot and in windy streets to explore. We are a few Klms from what seems to be the heartbeat of San Fran, which is Fisherman's Wharf. Quite a buzz down there and we've booked a hop on hop off bus for tomorrow and a trip to Alcatraz; and we plan to do a bike ride along the waterfront and over the Gateway Bridge to ...
... because the girls done walking for the day. Coincidental the same couple we stood by was back on the car almost sitting in the same spot with us standing in the same spot.
Once we returned to our place we were slowly preparing for our travel day tomorrow. But we weren't ready to say goodbye to San Francisco so we headed for a short walk down by the piers. There was some sort of car show club happening because there were lots of those lowered cars that ...
... denying that. :) But I had a pivotal moment months ago when I had to take a good look at myself and evaluate where I wanted to be in 5 years and what i wanted to accomplish. It seemed like there were some pretty big asks in my life that I hadn't yet pursued. Living in a different country where English would not be the first language. Morphing my career from one that is visual design based - to one that is a ...
... line-height: normal;">Transportation: When we arrived to SF, the BART was on strike so we ended up grabbing a cab to the hotel. Since it was around early rush hour, it took us about 30-40 minutes to get to our hotel and cost around $60 after tip. Though a pricey option, our driver was great and the cab was clean. Once in the city, we opted not to get a rental car and just walked and took the MUNI buses everywhere we needed to ...
SF has free tours, museums and such - just need to look up dates & times & details.
This was called "Embarcadero Skyway Tour" because when the tour started, we never went back to ground floor level until it was over. Weaving through buildings and walkways and stairs and condo common areas all above ground level.
There an old arch in the Square which is the only remaining structure from San Francisco's historical produce ...