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... we travelled back safely in our tour bus. Liam played his iPad for some of the way back, and I glanced out the window to the scenery. On the approach to Yosemite, it reminded me of Goulburn back home, dry grasses, rocks emerging from the grasses, and as we got closer to town we entered the farm belt, where the world's largest almond crops are grown. We also saw strawberries and corn growing on the fields we passed. The bus made a planned rest ...
... It was quite atmospheric when we arrived and we made the most of it before the rain began.
After returning to central San Fran we had lunch and then proceeded to watch a very unimpressive Easter Parade. We saw a few more bits of the neighbourhood before heading back to our neighbourhood to have drinks.
Later in the evening we packed away in preparation for our trip to St ...
... the buildings that survived the 1906 earthquake. We saw Francis Ford Coppulas studio and his cafe in the triangular building on Columbus Avenue. The highlight of the tour was a diversion. We decided to walk up to the Coit Tower . The views were amazing The tour also took us to several places like the I Hungry , where young comedians ...
... want to let him down, snapped a few pics and it was back to the streets of San Fran to shop.
It's hard to explain, but honestly, just being here and walking around is crazy. It's similar, but Sooo different, and it just gives you a warm feeling; a sense of accomplishment, even. It's odd, but it feels amazing.
Converse shop has a converse chandelier. Pretty cool. Just thought I'd add that in. Ooh and custom converses, which ...
... me who isn't really into walking. They do also offer harder hikes through the woods so that you can get views of the trees higher up the edges - we did try this and ended up turning around after 20 mins as it was a bit tiring - especially after walking across the bridge earlier.
I think an evening of chilling out is in order - bring on the final full day in San Fran tomorrow!