Holiday Inn San Mateo-San Francisco SFO
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... of stairs and we tootled down to Pier 33 where the Alcatraz ferry departs.
We did the audio tour through the main cell blocks, dining hall, officers area, wardens office and exercise yard. It was really cool to hear all the stories, soak up the atmosphere and imagine you were there. We heard a story from a lady ranger about mini-riots who was a right old Jackanory with us all sat comfortably. I never knew about the native ...
... up with her sister and friend to start her extended holiday. Once suitcase posited we walked back to the wharf area via Lombard St - the crookedest street, and must be one of the steepest to get to as well, very hot afternoon. Once back at the wharves/piers wandered around for a while then made my way back to Oakland for happy hour and dinner at the hotel with a few of the ...
... Sunday Today Larns, Steph and I rented bikes for the day $22 to check out all the sites. We took the shuttle and the Train into the city and walked around the city. We came across the most windy street in the USA which was a popular tourist spot. We jumped in our bikes and headed for lunch and icecream at the fisherman's wharf and pier 39. Steph had a break whilst Allana and I rode on Golden Gate Bridge which was a cool view of San Fran as well. Went out for ...
Brady was working, so this was one of my days to roam the streets. I had come SO close to getting my 25,000 step FitBit badge in NYC, so I was determined to get it...I'm not sure how many more of these major walking trips I have in me!
The day began with climbing Telegraph Hill to see Coit Tower, one of SF's landmarks...I spent the trip taking photos of it in various locations. I was so pleased that all my training had paid off, I had no ...
... year. So happy to see the bay! In one part, there was a cool museum of old school arcade machines.
As I continued walking, I stumbled upon Pier 39. Very cool to see the California sea lions! They were roaring for a while.
Later on, there was a guy dressed in green. He moved as a robot and when he moved, a little boy was crying. His parents were laughing.
I continued see along Jefferson street until I hit Market St. Then, I ...