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... on a ferry tour around the bay, under the Golden Gate bridge and around Alcatraz.
We took the tram into Union Square for a look around. Jen done some shopping and me and Dan sat in a pub tasting the local brews.
Tomorrow we are heading across to Reno to visit Dan n Jens friends for the night via Napa Valley and hopefully a few other good places on the way.
... beach but it was worth it. The beach was stunning. I had the urge to run on the open sand-I was so happy in that moment:) The large cove was white soft sand with large black rocks on the shoreline. Lots of birds too-big birds flying over the choppy waves. The weather was quite stormy-grey clouds and windy but that just added to the atmosphere. I just LOVED it. I ran to the sea to dip my toes in, the water was very cold, the waves surprised me by coming in too far! I ...
... high too as this being California, weed is basically legally here and the air is constantly permeated by the sweet perfume of high grade skunk.
I was reminded of California's liberal marijuana policy after a day at the pub. I met a cool Dutch guy in my hostel and told him I was going to meet with the local Arsenal supporters club, known as the Bay Area Gooners, to watch our match against Everton on TV. This took place in a big Irish pub. The organiser, Mark ...
... provided an interesting, colourful and informative narrative by actual Correctional Officers who worked there and inmates, as you follow the Cell House through the building. Despite the considerable demise of the building and surrounding infrastructure, some cells and rooms are still maintained for the tour. You follow the Cell House through B Block (named: Michigan Ave), C-D (pronounced 'Seedy') Block & D Block (Solitary Confinement row). You also wander through the Library, ...