Ramada Limited San Bruno/San Francisco Airport West
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Alcatraz was amazing, incredible history, can't wait to watch Escape from Alcatraz and The Rock the day we get home!! Got to meet our very first hardened criminal and introduce him to my young and impressionable children...Jason was most impressed!! Highlights: - Alcatraz self paced Audio ...
Pack. Taxi. Plane. Taxi. Unpack. That's about it for today. Well, this hotel is a bit of a challenge. I'm telling Wendy that some in London haven't been much. I think the main problem here is that she'd love a cup of tea. Well this is America. 'Cuppa's aren't the thing here. We couldn't even make decent coffee, let alone tea at the Hyatt in Honolulu. We swam at Waikiki last night. The water temp was soooo good. ...
The fog in the bay was nothing but consistent. It knocked out the view of the top of the bridge but we didn’t mind too much. While walking across we discovered the bridge was a lot longer than what we first thought. And no toilets in sight...
So what do silly Australian tourists do the first thing ...
... noticed the bridge was pretty much engulfed in fog! Hmmmm, this could be a huge waste of time. But hey, at least it wasn’t raining. We decided to go anyway - afterall, it is San Francisco! The fog was moving and eventually gave way to some spectacular views. We walked across the entire span of the bridge - which is about 2.2 miles. It took us about 45 minutes because we stopped for lots of pictures. I know, shocking! We did the return trip in 35 minutes. ...
... like the last few times. Not today. I worked my way around the shallow cove and around the point. Now the bank at the park was a sea wall and below it old concrete that had once been the seawall. It was in the water and broken up. I casted parallel to the shore and about halfway in got hit. It felt like it came off so I started reeling again and it bit again. This time I set the hook and it jumped and that’s when I saw it and knew it was a big one. ...