Le Meridien San Francisco
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The exhibition that they were running about the ageing prison population was something that made your mind wander to think about answers to the problem that they ask for. It cost them $80,000 per inmate a year, when the majority of prisoners on long term sentences are over 50 years old and cause a great deal of expenditure in medical bills. It goes back to the ageing population in Britain where the joke goes, put all the pensioners in prison and all ...
... beach itself was crowded, the sand too hot and the water dirty and cold. It was not my dream destination, but it was cool, like something out of a movie really, everything I imagined California to be.
On this day I reached two milestones in my life, one of them being my driving a Prius and the other being that I bought my first official bottle of beer in the US. Sure, I'd bought alcohol in the states before, but never at a restaurant, it felt good, ...
... her GCSE results. We actually fell asleep, but Jess woke us up at 2am with the results.........which were excellent. The next day was our final day in San Francisco and we were hoping for the sea mist to clear to get good views of the Golden Gate Bridge....the forecast told us that it should clear by about 2pm, so we went for a tour of the city's famous streets in the car. First stop was the east end of Lombard street, where we came across a ...
... They were immortalised in the film <i>Escape from Alcatraz </i>with Clint Eastwood. It started life as a military base and then became a state penitentiary in 1934. On arrival there's a short video before heading up to the main cell house for a video tour. We adults love this kind of thing, kids are less enthusiastic, but even they agreed that it really brought the place to life. will complete this entry later as wifi is extremely ...
Union Square is a little different from what it was in the 70s, the days of hippies, flower power and peace. Had a little walk around a couple of blocks from the hotel after breakfast. The Westin was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1906. I have a nice big room, with a view of rooftops. The lifts here are unusual: they have no floor buttons in them. On the ground floor, you key in ...