Holiday Inn Dublin
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Last SF day is a beach day - Ocean Beach by streetcar F from Castro & Duboce. Fabulous warm sunny day bit windswept but clean wide beach with few people, many dogs and groups of trekking summer camp kids. Ventured into part of western end of GG Park to ...
... both in need of a drink, so checked in, parked the car and then walked down to Fishermans Wharf to get a drink. It was after 5pm and the wind was blowing off the bay and it was really cold. Darryl was sort of getting better, so did not want to make him worse, so only had a couple of drinks and something light to eat before heading back to the unit.
Day 40 - We were awake fairly early and did some ...
... a walking tour of the city. Was hoping to see detective Callaghan but no such luck. Have scoped out the best street to see if i can get airborne coming down the hill while avoiding the trams. Will give it a go tomorrow and try to get it on video but might be ...
... hours. It is well worth doing if you ever come here and you really get some amazing views.
Today I have taken it easy, I went to Haight Ashbury which is known for it's hippie roots. It was really pretty with lots of painted houses, I walked around there for a while stopped off to get some lunch in a little café and now I am about to head to the airport for my flight to San Diego where it should be a little warmer. Let's see if the trend of delayed flights keeps going for this one.
... about this spot, but you can see Nob Hill, Russian Hill and the Coit and Transamerica buildings. A pretty good 360, barring the parking lot that might lurk at the bottom of your photos. Our walk ended in Washington Square, where upon advice, I grabbed a slice of Tony's pizza for a late lunch. When in Little Italy right?
Dragging my feet to the nearest Walgreen's (this would be 3rd Walgreens actually), I picked up a Muni pass that is also good ...
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