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The elevator doors open at the underground walkway connecting United terminals B and C. Katie is wheeled to one of those transport cars that go beep beep beep through the airport. There is only room left for Anne and Katie. They climb in and are quickly whisked away leaving Grant and I alone - just a couple of regular guys at the airport.
Grant and I get to our very convenient gate C18 but wait 10 minutes for ...
... 4am. The next day, biking around the Golden Gate park on a less than cooperative bike I paid for every second of fun the previous evening.
That night I made the move to my next host, Christina. There are hosts that you stay with while couchsurfing that somehow have the ability to make you feel completely at home the moment they open the door. Christina is one of these people and I instantly felt welcome. With her help I planned out my next day's activities - ...
I adore San Francisco. It is quite possibly one of my favourite cities in the world, from those I have visited, anyway. It has a lovely feel to it, and it is so quirky. I didn't realise just how much I missed it until we crossed into the bay. It was such a nice feeling. I am looking forward to the next week.
We had a little bit of trouble finding the apartment. We asked a few people on the street; one sent us up, ...
... down as a nice treat. Our destination was Sausalito which is the place we went to the day before to catch the ferry back. There were so many people waiting to get the ferry back with bikes that we missed the first one and had to wait another 45 minutes for it to come back. Finally on the ferry and we go to the top deck to have a closer look at the bridge and Alcatraz. It was so cold out of the top that we stayed for a couple of minutes before heading back in. ...
... building where we had 6pm dinner reservations at the hottest place in town -The Slanted Door. Meanwhile we started wandering along to find the cable car to take (touristy must do in San Fran). The queues for these are crazy and everyone of them is packed. Walked a long time and I was getting blisters on my toes. Caught a cab in the end back to the hotel and then back down to the ferry to meet Liz. aAt dinner we met Elian and Keegan who are friends of Jason and Kim. They used to live ...
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