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... were four bars in total, though the last was by far the most lively. We also got chatting to a character from Manchester who unusually supported Man Utd. He revelled in telling us how bad Leeds are, we reminded him that his team are hardly pulling up any trees and the whole exchange ended with him buying us both an IPA. Unfortunately for the Mancunian his high confidence was shattered somewhat when a girl at the bar rudely interrupted our conversation ...
... after it bit him. I'm enjoying being back in an English speaking country and being able to get to know the locals.
San Francisco is a really pretty city, the houses are colourful (it is nick named the city of pastel colours) and the architecture is lovely, lots of character and varying styles in the buildings. There are many electric trams running up and down the 48 steep hills that San Francisco is famous for. Down town is so much ...
... a bunk each. It was a cramped space, there was no room to sit up here, lying down was our only option. As soon as the bus set off at 10.00pm, lights went out. This was a good sign it was time to sleep.
Being out in the middle of nowhere around the various canyons we anticipate WiFi may be difficult so may not be able to upload the blog until we return to San Fran in a about 2 weeks with hopefully a few ...
... those keys. We ended up driving 5425 miles (8731 kilometres) from Miami to San Francisco (not including the 1700 kilometres we drove in the car rental from Washington to Miami). As soon as we dropped off the keys we bumped into Bush Man, but he was on a break. We waited around but then he relocated & we couldn't find him again. If you don't know who bush man is you can ...
... rather pricy. The place looked miserable to me - old, trying to be pretentious .... Oh well! It solved the hunger problem and it was OK Chinese food. Then we stopped at another HongKong restaurant and had my porridge and chicken feet - both were just OK. I asked them if there was a bakery around. She told me there was one called Golden Gate bakery that was famous for its egg custard. We went there - wow, there was a line there, waiting to get ...