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... bit of a change - out with the jeans for the first time.
We are staying at the Hyatt Embarcadero in the financial section of town and close to the bay. Treasure Island (man made) and Alcatraz visible as we cross the bridge. Rent and house prices expensive in San Fran. $3200 rent a month for small apartment. Tired and having lots of trouble with the internet connection at this hotel, so it will have to be a cut and paste job when we can connect.
... final playing. There were wall to wall people and the vibe was amazing. We finished the route, then joined the last one leaving the home base, to do the other half of the route, finishing at Union Square.
We had a beer/hot chocolate in Union Square, sitting in the sun, which was lovely, then went across to Macy's for a toilet stop and to look at cabin bags. I had looked at heaps in New York, but decided to leave it until we got to San Francisco to make ...
... circled an area called Ghirardelli Square. It was so easy to find and saw that it was just a shopping area. So, I decided to check out Municipal Pier. So nice to see the bay. As I was walking on the pier, I could not believe how people were biking up on Russian Hill. Too much work to me.
I decided to walk along Jefferson to check out Fisherman's Wharf. Far away in the bay, I saw Alcatraz! I remembered learning about the island in Dr. Gonzales' ...
... dragged everyone out, in the San Fran wind down to checkout the famous bridge. It was well worth it. We had seen it from down at the jetties and from in town but it was so amazing to see it up close, to walk on it, to touch it! It was one of those things that we thought would just be another tourist attraction and what we had seen would be enough, but it wasn't. It was better than in the pictures or the movies that we've seen it in. What a great way to ...
... morning for the
majority of tourists to come out, so it was fairly quiet to just
wander around. I went to the 7d experience, got some souvineers, had
some morning tea, went to the SS.Jeremy O'brien – a war ship,
explored that, then i had a seafood lunch with the sea gulls.
After lunch i went to bike and roll, hired a bike for
the afternoon, with the aim of riding over the golden gate bridge, it
was my first time riding a real bike ...