Rosewood Sand Hill
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... Pingli from Taiwan and I just met a girl from france who is moving to New Zealand for a year when she leaves San Fran.
That night I hardly got any sleep. I had to be at the ferry building by 6:40 to meet my tour going to Yosemite for the day. Knowing I had to get up early and being conscious that my alarm was set for 5:40 in a dorm room meant I didn't get a whole lot of shut eye, but I did manage to get up on time and make it to the docks... I was there before half ...
... back to my hotel, it was a really good salad.
I feel asleep around 11 before jet lag set in around 1am and then again at 3am I was up till 5am, handy that everyone know is on a different time zone so I had people to talk to to keep me occupied, I ended up having an quick sleep before my alarm went off for me to get up,and ready for my first day exploring!!
I'm tired so I'll write about my big red bus tour and Alcatraz tour tomorrow xx
Well, today we made it as far west as we plan to go. We dropped the RV off at Camping World in Vacaville, CA to get the oil changed after 4,000 miles across country. We had reserved a rental car from the local Enterprise, and after a loooong wait to get the car, we drove the final 58 miles into San Francisco.
This was our ...
We had a sleep in this morning then Julie met us at the hotel to give us tour of San Francisco. Looking at a top of 16 degrees Celsius today. Is 13 x 13 km square in size. San Francisco has 43 hills. We drove past the Bay Bridge which was opened in 1936. Then we drove along The Embarkadero and had a couple of hours at Pier 39 for a little shopping and lunch. This area ...
Alcatraz - what a scary place to be locked away - and probably worse if you were a guard. We took the boat across the bay - chilly but smooth crossing - to Alcatraz. Busy with tourists we decided to take the little train up to the cell block. Good idea - the hill is steep. We then took the audio tour and it was really good with voices from ex guards and prisoners who told the story of life behind bars. ...