Stanford Park Hotel
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... our night out but Javier did want to tag along, so we got changed and headed to some bars in the local area. We hedged our bets by going to a few places that we visited on the Thursday and went on to pay $5 to enter an upstairs nightclub called Playhouse. It was cramped, there were drugs all over the place, people would emerge from the toilets in threes and the whole thing was very disappointing. I also have to mention the fact that Americans simply don't know how to have ...
... sounded fairly close. In the next second we saw a fighter jet fly past us at our eye level. The sound was deafening and was quite incredible. It was probably twice as loud as a formula 1 engine. I attend the Australian F1 Grand Prix each year and love the sound the engines make. This was so much better. As the first one went by, we saw the second one come through, and then a third, a forth and finally the fifth. It felt like we were witnessing the making of a top gun movie. The ...
... each distinct and unique. Even people watching can entertain you for hours, or simply just taking the muni! I am so excited for my future here and can't wait to set new goals when I transfer and indulge in the culture.
For those of you wondering, I leave for Peru tomorrow night at 11pm. My sister and I are taking the Bart to the Airport, and then I'm off. It is so incredibly crazy to me that ...
The flight over from Sydney was an experience for these first time overseas travellers. (13 plus hours) Our first look at the "land of the free" was Los Angeles - rather high mountain backdrop running N and S parallel to the coast, pockets of communities in front of, in between hills, dissected by 8 lane freeways.
Getting through US Customs and Border Protection was a hassling experience. Lines of weary travellers waiting to be finger ...
... famous photographer, and from the windows, there was a great view out over the Bay.
From there we walked to a nearby chocolate shop, where they were allowing you to sample the wares before our last morning coffee of the holiday.
We then strolled across to the old fishing port, passing the 2 World War II ships that are part of the Maritime Museum Collection. The Fishing boats were lined up and the story goes that the crew on these boats were originally paid ...