Rodeway Inn Downtown
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... migrate across the Pacific Coast, from Vancouver to the southern tip of Baja. Most pups are born on the Channel Islands.On the way from the Fisherman´s Wharf to another point of interest we made a short break in Johny Rocket´s where we decided to have lunch. Johny Rocket´s is a traditional U.S. restaurant famous for serving fresh burgers and tasty milkshakes. Besides that, your food can be always accompanied by your choice of music as they have small jukeboxes on ...
... rocking out at the rock and roll hall of fame in Cleveland, catching a baseball game in Louisville, getting our cowgirl kicks in Nashville, to getting all shook up by elvis in Memphis, kayaking down the lazy river in Tahlequah, vandalising cars in Texas, venturing 800ft in to the Carlsbad caverns, drinking margaritas in Santa Fe, waking up to an amazing view of the Rockies in Colorado, sleeping and hanging with the Navajos in Utah, flying in ...
... this is generally enforced and accepted.
Young people are generally quick to offer seats to us when we board?
Men offer seats to Cheryl when we board.
Strangers are easy to start up conversations with.
This could be because SF is open and accepting to any culture, religion, cause or ??
There are however quite a few homeless on the streets.
... theatre on Alcatraz, Junior Lewis struck lucky in finding a $20 note on the floor. It didn't take long for us to decide that we would put this towards our tea. With the Alcatraz tour boat dropping us off at Fisherman's Wharf, we were once again drawn to the clam chowder dish that we'd enjoyed a couple of days earlier. This time Junior and I demolished one each (including the bread bowl) and we respected a woman in the café who seemingly tucked herself away in a corner to do the ...
... tracks into the show. A bucket list wish of this guy was to see McCartney live...fulfilled. At Candlestick I sat next to a guy from New York who brought his 18 year old daughter to show. "She is addicted to Paul and demanded that we be here tonight". This entertainment icon transcends all boundaries with his and his Beatles / Wings colleagues music. I do not envisage the same being said about the clean cut boys from One Direction in 50 years time! Cheers Sir ...