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... Skatepark a few miles away. We picked up the tram on Market St, then went to bought St and headed on foot to the park which was...gulp....situated under a freeway in a very non tourist spot! We crossed streets if there were any dodgy looking people, and ran for a bit when a tramp started heading for us and finally we found it. Mike was off and skated his butt off while I paced around outside trying not to look any weirdo in the eye - and there ...
... after being so hot and sweaty walking up the splash from the fall felt lovely. After, a great day exploring the national park the drive out was also pretty good, we got some awesome views looking down into the valley. Yosemite was such a good day and we wished we had a few days there to be able to explore more. On our way to San Francisco we pulled over for dinner in a burger place called, In and Out we all wanted to try one as they are meant to be very ...
Part Three of the Visa Mess (the day started at 4:00am and ended at 9:00pm) On Wednesday night before going to bed, my weary and disappointed self set the alarm for 4:02am and my wonderful dad did likewise. And by 4:20am (a mere few hours later), we were out the door and on our way to San Francisco – ready for battle. After a second day in SF and a full day of waiting in the room of doom, I blankly stated that if I didn’t get in line by 5:30am, it wasn’t even ...
... The store was surprisingly small considering, but it did sell items that you cannot buy anywhere else. Once finished there, back in the car for our last stop off, San Francisco! Not a very long trip at all, we arrived and checked into the Raddison on Fishermans Wharf. We all were ready for a little trip around, so we jumped on a trolley car and headed up to 4th and did a little shopping, ...
... in 1962 when 3 men created wax heads to put on their beds so that the guards would not notice their absence until morning. They dug tunnels through the crumbling walls with spoons. They spent over a year landing their escape. Using raincoats which they fastened together they made a raft. No one knows if they made it to land safely as their bodies were never found.
At the end of the tour we were able to meet an ex con who ...