Rodeway Inn Downtown
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... it is a highly skilled job, requiring the gripman to smoothly operate the grip lever to grip and release the cable, release the grip at certain points to coast the vehicle over crossing cables or places where the cable does not follow the tracks, and to anticipate well in advance possible collisions with other traffic that may not understand the limitations of a cable car. Being a gripman requires great upper body strength needed for the grip and brakes, as well as good ...
... BBQ) - Rode Siri's bike to China Consulate to apply for China visa. - Dinner party with Siri's friends, where I cooked some Korean food. (Korean pancakes) Day 2 - - Started the day off with a bike ride to Pier 33. - Hopped on the early bird Alcatraz cruise. (Highly recommended) - Toured Alcatraz prison. - Walked around the famous Pier 39. - Grabbed a sandwich for lunch w/ Siri near Ghirardelli Square. - Rode to Chinatown and visited the many shops. - Rode to Japantown ...
... commentary on the cricket, I knew she was a legend when I met her, she also made sure to rush me through the check in (which the Indian guy gave us a room with a better internet connection to ensure I could stream the game) so we could see the end of our innings as she wanted to see what it looked like when "this Anderson guy was hitting all these 4 and 6 pointers", like I say, a good sort.
The next morning after a far more credible diner brekky were set ...
... will be visiting the San Diego Zoo and we already have been to two aquariums. We have seen a lot of animals.
Instead we found a walking tour online and we decided to follow it. As we started our tour there was a homeless man lying on a street corner at one of the busiest intersections in SF. It is a real problem here. We started ...
... hit the thick cables you can feel the bridge vibrate under your feet. A lighthouse and another fort across the bridge. After driving along the bridge we decided to gamble and choose a random attraction in the gps that was near by. Ended up in a national park information office. The very keen naturalist directed us to a lighthouse and a military fort. Andrew was quite devastated when he saw a sign saying there was a missile test site there and it was closed to visitors. I'm honestly ...