Stanford Terrace Inn
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We flew into San Jose and got the train to San Francisco. It was an early start which we were finding more difficult as we are now used to the time difference from home. We finally get to our Motel after a short but crazy taxi ride and reception won't accept our US dollar card. We have the option to pay cash which we would need to withdraw or pay by credit card from home. The last thing we wanted to try to work out. In hindsight card is probably the best option but ...
... or touch you to buy their goods. Just remain calm and stick to your price. The sellers love to play with foreigners with the prices. For example, the seller will start out for a designer bag at three-thousand RMB. After five minutes, a foreigner would think eight hundred is a such a deal. In actuality, the foreigner could have gotten the bag for three hundred. Be very strong with your bargaining.
c. 77th St.
This place is located on the Xidan stop on the ...
... a nude male figure of over life-size sitting on a rock with his chin resting on one hand as though deep in thought, and is often used as an image to represent philosophy. Overall, the day could not have been better. It was a perfect way to spend Sunday morning, then watched my home team Seattle Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers to make their 2nd Superbowl in history!
So beautiful to bike along the coast from SF southward.
Lot of traffic today so we pulled over a bit to relax.
Blue, hot, light breeze. The crawling traffic + wearing all gear makes it a tad hot and sweaty but we would never go without.
... we want to sit and wait in line for a long time to do that. Had I known I would have to look at somebody's behind who comes on late, I wouldn't have gone to the trouble of being early. This family of 4 stand right in front of Chad and I, completely blocking our view. They are aware that I am trying to take pictures but don't care about their rudeness. I let people leave the immediate area and vent my frustrations, then causally leave ...