Seal Rock Inn
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... They had other options as well, and I thought i had struck gold finally and would definitely be leaving this place with new shoes. Unfortunately, the ones I wanted just weren't the right size - 'just' too small and too big, and although beggars can't be choosers, I wasn't happy with the ones that did fit...oh well. I was probably in that shop for about an hour, because the shop attendant was more interested in talking than getting shoes for me to try on. Meanwhile, 3 different ...
... place to visit. We were able to walk around the famous D Block and view the cells, hospital, dining hall, exercise yard. I know prisons are not supposed to be comfortable but it must have been a very harsh, cold place at times. Originally an army base in the late 19th century it was converted with prison labour to be a maximum security penitentiary around the 1920s and was used for this from 1922 till its closure in ...
... boys in the trailer to watch the Tour De France. We received the same treatment from the tourists who were there to take photos of the cable cars. Almost at the top we passed Wiggle Street (Or something like that). They have squeezed switchbacks to descend the hill in the space between the houses that used to have a standard street, albeit very steep.
Jane had real bum chafe from the days cycling but knew I wanted to see the painted ladies. These are ...
... it’s been a tough time but he’s dealin’ with it. I’ve just been diagnosed with prostate cancer myself." He delivered this flatly as if there wasn’t an exploding ‘awkward turtle’ next to him.
2. Later in the journey the driver was making passing comments regarding the challenges of his job and the road traffic in San Francisco. He was heard to say, “you get used to it ya know, grow a thick skin. ...
... a game of baseball at the ball park we visited earlier (SF giants vs Cincinnati Reds).
Since we saw all of these places mostly by walking long distances, we also took in many of San Fran's neighbourhoods an other nics and nacs along the way.
To sum up our San Fran experience
- gorgeous city
- friendly people, felt safe ALMOST everywhere (we did accidentally stumble into some dodgy areas a couple of times)
- great culture