Ramada Limited San Bruno/San Francisco Airport West
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... Gate bridge as the sun set. Fresh wild oysters, prawn Garlic pots, halibut florentine and bouillibaise were all washed down with a oaky Californian C******nay. We caught a cable car home to the hotel incapable of managing another San Francisco hill! Sweet dreams lay before us.
Up early for breakfast readying ourselves for our tour of Alcatraz. Another long walk to pier 33 to pick up our boat on a beautiful warm sunny day. Reprimanded by a policeman for jay walking, ...
... Poppy, in particular, enjoyed the experience. Check out www.exploratorium.edu
in the afternoon we caught another two trolleys to the end of the line and then caught a Cable Car to the shopping centre of town. The ride was quite an experience as the hills here are very steep and very long. The drivers and conductors are also characters who interacted with people on the street as we passed by. Transport and a show!
At Union Square ...
... walked into the San Francisco Half Marathon. Just like when I was in New York, except people weren't in pink and they weren't as noisy as the Pink Ladies. I must admit that I enjoyed the walk, well the first two hours or so, as I was wandering down quiet streets with really unusual houses/apartments. Some were in Art Deco styles, others with a Mexican look. Once I got right down on the waterfront I was amazed to see that the bridge was still so far away. As ...
... although I still hate bikes, San Francisco is a REALLY good city to cycle around – quicker and more convenient than public transport and faster than walking. What isn’t so nice is the stupidly steep hills, but once you’ve walked up from the riverside its not too bad. That night, got to see a few more areas. Another really good thing about San Francisco is despite its small nature, each area is completely different and it’s a really cool, interesting and ...
... San Francisco and enjoyed our final evening with a bowl of pasta. We then said our fair wells and went our separate ways. My time on trek did teach me a few things; it showed me the value of a few close friends, and how those friendships really matter as we walk through our lives. It also taught me that life is what you make of it, and with that comes responsibility. No one will do it all for you, that is left to each of us; to go out, to grab life, and to make it our ...
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