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... box apartment in The Tenderloin, to The Tender Knob, where for an extra $500 you get the lid, and Knob Hill where you get the shoes and laces as well.
Putt Putt Putting on thru the ten city blocks of Chinatown, the Italian District of North Beach (home to the beatniks of City Lights Bookstore), the bus reached its official start/stop point at Fisherman's Wharf. The seagulls here are huge, so pumped up by the bounty of tourist left-overs, it is not ...
... via backroads/dirt roads through Nevada and Idaho and return through Washington and Oregon. We start the trip later today and expect to return on the 11th or 12th of July.
I'll do my best to post something on a daily basis and will, as much as possible, let the pictures tell the story.
I hope you will enjoy.
... in the Tenderloin District. Let's just say their was no tenderness there. We were followed down the street by a homeless guy, that would fall in front of us to annoy us enough to give him some money. Let's just say my least favourite part of our trip so far. But don't worry I had my bodyguard on hand, even though i didn't need him :) We then walked down the road to City Hall which was pointed out to us by our lovely cab driver from the ...
... which was beautiful in the afternoon sun. Fun fact...the last rivet placed was actually made of solid gold but the bridge is named so because the straights over which it resides is known as the golden straights (early reference to the gold rush). FYI. We were pretty sad to let the mustang go...until we handed it over and realised we had forgotten to fuel up. They charge 8.99 per gallon at avis and we would have just paid it but it was almost 1/2 ...
... to watch out for cyclists! It was certainly a long day of walking - but so worth it!
After we arrived back at the hotel, there was a wine reception in the front lobby. Now normally I don’t drink much wine - but this was free wine….so today I drank wine!
After dinner, we jumped on the cable car again and went to Union Square. Some of the stores were closed, so we will have to revisit this area for some retail therapy!