Mystic Hotel by Charlie Palmer
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Saturday 9th August – Monday 11th August
We arrived at our hotel in San Francisco and were already imagining how lovely it was going to be to have a bed without a wall around it, thicker pillows, a long and spacious shower and plenty of room to get dressed and move about in, but to our pleasant surprise the …
... him and it must be an exhausting experience day after day – it is for me and Sinead.
We watched the kite surfers and paused on a small beach before dropping off the bikes off. We walked back along Fisherman’s Wharf seeing the many street performers. Isabel had not eaten the night before as she hadn’t felt too well so we decided we’d make 3 meals on the trot at the Boudin bakery! While we waited ...
... can't build over 4 stories as to not block their views. •Donald Trump built what he calls affordable housing, for a one bed ground floor no carpark apartment its $800K to $1M. The penthouse is $10M. • The Juke box and slot machine were invented in San Francisco Absolutely loved San Fran and would love to spend some more time here but for now we're heading to Vancouver to start the next Topdeck ...
... for a walk around the wharf & lunch on my favourite food - seafood chowder - SO GOOD!!! Fun to walk around old wharves, boats, tourist shops.
In the evening we headed across to Alcatraz Island - I won't repeat the story. But a really interesting place to visit. Originally a military fort, then a prison, now a tourist destination - funny how it has changed uses. The audio tour was excellent & listening to voices of ...
... The Palace of Fine Arts', 'The Walt Disney Family Museum' and the 'Letterman Digital Arts Centre'. So far I have only viewed the Palace of Fine Arts and it is a 'must see'.
A bit of history concerning 'The Palace of Fine Arts:It seems that after the devastation of the 1906 earthquake and fire, San Francisco was anxious to show the world that it had risen from those ashes. So in 1910, business and civic leaders gathered to discuss making San Francisco the ...