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... without following a crazy guide or masses of other tourists. We were allowed to spend as much time as we wanted on the island. Even if it was a normal busy day for Alcatraz and all the boats were departing full there weren“t unacceptable crowds of people on the island. The cellhouse was probably the busiest part because of the audio guided tours. We also believe that it was worth the price we paid for our tickets because there were many things included (boat ride, introductory ...
6 am wake up call from the concierge and a massive hangover I was dreading getting on the ferry to Alcatraz plus mixed in with the emotion that I only have 12 hours left this amazing country wasn't the best of mornings to wake up to. After about an hour and half of moping about and a quick Skype chat with my stepdad, I was out the door, al checked out and one my way up 7th ave to catch the trolley from the civic centre down to pier 33. I am so shocked ...
Slower start this morning after nice B & B brekkie. Caught local train out to Botanical Gardens (even though Russell got us off about 5 blocks early!! Not a lot of color in gardens this time of year but still very good. We checked out the Australian section as well. Lots of Australian Eucalyptus over here in general.
Moved on to the Japanese garden which was very well presented and ...
... guide called Ranger Matt before donning our headsets and embarking on an audio tour. The whole thing was narrated by a combination of former prison inmates and guards, with their guide both informative and insightful. Between them, they descriptively conveyed exactly what it was like all those years ago, with the prisoner accounts of tiny cells and strict routines being particularly interesting. For a prison that was active for under three decades, there is a lot to ...
... he'd used to record the song. Between-song banter doubled as a docent's monologue: He told a story about Jimi Hendrix covering "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" at a 1967 concert, days after the record came out, and asking Eric Clapton, who was in the crowd, to come up and help him tune his guitar (he declined). One dazzling and deafening section of the show was "Live and Let Die" when the band hurled themselves around the stage in time to a barrage ...
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