Motel 6 San Francisco Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The sky's awake, so we're awake, so lets get this day started! San Francisco here we come! Up bright and early, we are on our way. Making a quick stop in Garberville, California we grab some breakfast at the good ole Subway and hit the road. We drove through wine country and it was gorgeous, unfortunately no stops at vineyards were made due to our …
... a man in a wheelchair shouting obscenities at the walls as he was wheeling himself along.
This is a rich and wealthy country, low unemployment, no wars are being fought, yet a lot of these people are war vets and have been left to fend for themselves. I could go, on there is a lot of people like i have just described around San Fracisco and there is an election coming up, not a mention of the poor and vagrants in their manifestos. Goodbye San Francisco i warmed to it.
... of cafes.
One very busy store was the Apple store. The outside of the store was very plain but inside it was abuzz with excitement. It was full of families playing with the toys – the Ipads, the lap tops and as we were doing, gazing at the Apple watches. They were all in a sealed case and included the newly announced straps (or bands as the store people called them). There were two leather looking straps and there seemed to be ...
... complaining and hungry. It was their loss!
After lunch we had time to explore Chinatown. There were lots of stores. The food stores had many strange foods we had never seen before. People were busy going from store to store. It was a great place to people watch, which I did while Annie shopped. It was a good time.
We got back on the bus and headed towards the Golden Gate Bridge. We went through Nob Hill, the wealthiest section of the city ...
... day! Early morning tomorrow so time to head off!
Oh, and an anecdote from the trip. The building in the photo was built as a hotel to reduce the cost of the church on the ground floor. However, later on when it became time to put in a bar, city regulations said that a bar was not allowed within 200ft of a church. The large windows at the top of the building are 210ft above the ground floor and so the first rooftop bar was ...