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Today's been a jam-packed exhaustive day! After breakfast in the hotel (in which I decided to spill Cheerios over the floor!) we came back to the room and watched J Law on Kelly and Michael before setting out. We saw the city hall and then proceeded to discover twitter hq! Walking down the street we stopped off in Starbucks before we found Castro. We had a cookie from Hot Cookie before setting off on a trek to Haight ...
... spend all their time tie dying clothes, sorting through some amazing old records, cooking delicious food and generally loving the planet. After spending the morning looking through the fantastic old shops we hopped back on the bus and it whisked us off to Golden Gate Park and of course - The Bridge. Its called Golden Gate cos the waterway that leads into the San Francisco bay is the gateway to trade with the Orient - A golden gate! the bridge is not the biggest in the bay - that ...
... till the ferry came, the shops were designed for the tourist, some lovely arty things though. With half an hour to go we decided we should get ourselves ready for the ferry to Fisherman's Wharf that was due to leave at 2:20. When we got there a line of bikes had started to form and was filling up very quickly. The first ferry to leave before ours went to the Ferry Wharf which is at the opposite end of ...
... playing in the park, we found a walking track so off we went, it did a loop but before we got back to the start, the track left the bush and we walked along a street with houses. In front of a house we found three boxes with bits and pieces in them so we sorted through them and found some goodies to take home to Olga. The other morning when Olga and Angel were going on their "twinkle" walk, Olga ...
23rd December - Monday
Olga had a meeting in Berkeley this morning so we decided to tag along. It was a whole different bus route so we were following and copying mother duck. We had to get transfer tickets and change buses, all was good until mother duck got off with the parting words just stay on for another two or three stops, OK, we found a street market so we decided this was a good place to get off. The market was ...
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