Pleasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... them from getting that bad again. Again, lovely people.
We got the bus and metro into Union Square, the ceremonial "heart" of San Francisco, serving as the site of many public concerts & events, art shows, impromptu protests, private parties and events. Union Square was originally a tall sand dune, and the square was later set aside to be made into a public park in 1850. The Square was built and dedicated by San Francisco's first American mayor John Geary in 1850 and got ...
... the boarder into California, 65 mile an hour li'it with everyone doing 80. Much better. Traffic picked up a lot in California until we were driving on 8 lane freeways. Made it to San ysidro Walmart about 3pm and the Hulkette picked up some make up, I got some food, and down to our hotel right on the border. It was pretty grim. Tiny, a bit smelly and dirty, and kids making heaps of noise. Ordered pizza and nuggets for dinner. Booked a car par at the border for ...
... only 25% of the same was lost to the East of the fire break making the Painted Ladies that much more significant, as they are both pre-1906 and made of very flammable timber. To get the Painted Lady designation a home must be Victorian and have more than 5 paint colours on the exterior, amongst other criteria I'm sure. Needless to say they are beautiful and as varied as you can imagine. We met up with Melissa's cousin who lives in the city and together climbed ...
... out the peep shows.
After a wander around and Paul checking out his lover prowess ('flat tire' on first attempt, so he had to go again to get 'heroic' to restore some semblance of manliness), we meandered our way along the piers. Enjoyed the sea lions, but boy some of their friends need to let them know they smell really bad, the various piers and the views of Alcatraz, we get the cable car back to Chinatown for a late dinner. We ...
I had an interesting 10 hour Greyhound bus journey to San Francisco from LA on Thursday. For the first hour of my journey I sat next to Jesse, a guy who survived being shot in the back of the head around 12 years ago when he was involved in gang crime. He also still had a bullet in his hip after being caught in crossfire between gangs in his neighbourhood around a year ago - the doctors said there was no need to remove it. He told me he hasn't ...