The Queen Anne Hotel
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... and entitled to the freedom to choose for himself. When a woman seated near us leapt up and said “I can’t listen to this idiot for one more second”, Cathy and I could no longer contain ourselves, laughing and shaking our heads as we moved on to the next game.
At dinner, we politely told our octegenarian table mates that we were going to join Ken and Trish to keep them company (they are sat at a table for ...
... more similar to a Dave and Busters). All in one end of the bar you had five tables of pong going, one table of flip cup, and one table of slap cup. Juxtaposed on the other side of the bar you had skeeball, darts, and other arcade games. It was a nice change of pace that this was the first bar actually full of college-aged people and the frat attire made me feel right at home. Throughout the night, this one Irish-looking fellow kept ...
At 9:30am this morning we checked out of Park Hotel, which we'd recommend to anyone visiting San Francisco because it's in the centre of Downtown and the owner is great, he even upgraded our room because it was my birthday. Our Segway tour began at 11:30am and the first 30 minutes our great guide Melanie showed us how to steer them and how to do an emergency stop just incase! We always ...
I'm sitting at my window to the hotel and watching the kids get their breakfast from the cafe next door. Three and a half weeks ago, they were school kids that were going America with some classmates that they may or may not have spoken to in the past. Three and half weeks ago, they were leaving their bags in the airports, losing money and just too timid to try anything for ...
... here. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the newly created Bureau of Prisons became interested in the island as a place for a high-profile, maximum-security facility. Alcatraz reopened in 1934 as a federal penitentiary. Of the 1,545 men who did time on Alcatraz, only a handful were notorious – among them, Al “Scarface” Capone, “Doc” Barker, Alvin “Creepy” Karpis, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Floyd Hamilton, and Robert ...