Ramada Limited San Bruno/San Francisco Airport West
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up and when you put the money in all the characters and animals moved!
On the waterfront there was a WWII submarine the USS Pampanito so we did a tour of that. Sam loved this and was very interesting to actually go inside a sub. This sub sunk 6 Japanese boats and damaged 4 during the war. There was also a WWII liberty ship (the only one left that landed at D Day) the Jeremiah O'Brien - she was huge! But we didn't go on her. The scene from the Titanic where the giant piston ...
... no tolls! Finally we got all kitted out with our bikes and set off on the bike tour, what they don't tell you is San Francisco has extremely steep hills! It was a three hour tour from Fishermans Wharf area over the bridge to a little town called Sausilto. It is then your responsibility to get back to the bike hire shop by 6 o'clock in the afternoon. I had done some research on the internet and they advertise you can catch ...
... say she was too tired and wasn't going to make it. It would have been fun to hang out with her away from the tour because we got along so well, but she had a very difficult 4 weeks and I am sure she was exhausted.
I caught the bus to Golden Gate Park where the festival had also been on Friday and Saturday. There were 5 stages going, but I only went to 2 of them. I saw a little bit of Shelley Colvin and Ralph Stanley's sets, then watched Tweedy, and Sarah ...
... we are actually doing this crazy thing. The next 10 days will see us making our slow way cross country, visiting old friends and hiking a 14er or 3.
Sept. 5-10: We land in Benson, NC for family time with Roger's side of the gang and the inevitable last minute shopping and butterflies that always precede a big trip.
Sept. 10: We're off to India! We have our first night booked in a mid-range (read AC, clean and comfortable) hotel in ...
... but gorgeous and with much less traffic. We went to the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps Project. The tiled steps were gorgeous, and we took our time climbing and photographing them. A friendly volunteer told us about a second pair of tiled steps within walking distance, so we walked there and loved them just as much. I have always loved mosaic artwork and these tiled steps are beautiful mosaic tiles, with patterns running up the steps as far as you can see. I was ...