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... in all the cafes, at food trucks, playing volleyball and riding around on the Gbikes. We had lunch at Charlie's, the largest and original cafe, where you could help yourself to Indian, pizza, Japanese, Vietnamese, southern, salad bar, dessert and drinks! It was hard to chose what to have, and to limit yourself!
After lunch Chris had to go back to work so he gave me suggestions on where to walk. I could only go around the streets and outside buildings but it ...
... IT Has come up trumps and bought me a super replacement which has taken several of the photos below. We have only been here just over 24 hours and to date we have ridden up and down on the cable cars, been to Alcatraz, visited the Aquarium, spent some considerable amount of time in the cable car museum and attended a wedding in Grace Cathedral. After enjoying happy hour with cocktails in this fabulous hotel we are about to go out ...
... with gangs personally for many years now he has a family. Next I sat next to a lady from the Philippines who has lived in the USA for 8 years with her husband. Finally I sat next to Eddie from Hawaii, an ex marine who has a 100 year old mother from Mexico. He was travelling to San Francisco (where he now works) from Mexico where he got bit by a poisonous tarantula one and a half weeks ago. He showed me his healing arm and a photo of the tarantula ...
... be when I skimped on getting the wireless version, thinking that the 'simple set up' would be a breeze. 2 hours later, as I sit surrounded by maps and with various YouTube 'help' videos plaguing my iPad, I realise that I have made inconsequential progress. I may have to take a short break from this particular task.
After buying a very high tech tent not too long ago, I could not wait to open it up and do a test run. Over an ...