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... were fortunate enough to catch a college game at Stanford with a good mate from home, Alex, who had also been to the burn. The game was live but the crowd was as limp as the member for 5am pangaz n frangaz. Stay tuned for our next college game in Texas. Gonna tail gate like LA traffic. After blowing up in San Fran more than Jarryd Hayne we finally managed to get Etienne to limp dick her way to the tranquil Lake Tahoe, where we quite literally spent a day doing nothing. Next on ...
Today we were very energetic! We wandered towards Fishermans Wharf with a stop for breakfast en route. We found the bike hire company that had been recommended to us, Blazing Saddles, and hired two bikes for the day. Armed with the knowledge from their quick orientation video and a map, we set up to BIKE THE BRIDGE. That's the Golden Gate Bridge, not the Bay Bridge.
The route to the bridge was ...
Well we are here after a long day Lynn's catching up on sleep before we visit the restaurant at the top of the hotel,the airport here is pretty good but passport control was painful took about 2 hours then had grief getting the pre booked shuttle! Driver had small ...
... We cabled back to Pier 39 and again re-visited one of our favourite places at Hard Rock Cafe for a quick coffee and a small snack. Well... an unplanned snack of a shared oreo cheesecake! Too naughty! After this we thought we should start heading back to Oakland because it was getting towards evening. We needed to find a BART station to get us over the Bay Bridge, but that proved a little challenging. We accidentally stood on the raised ramp at the wrong ...
After leaving 'The Palace of Fine Arts' I moved towards the edge of San Francisco Bay and took a stroll along the water's edge, To the left I had a excellent view of the Golden Gate Bridge and off to the left, Alcatraz!!
San Francisco Bay is MUCH bigger and wider than Sydney Harbour and so lacks Sydney Harbour's intimacy - where you can stand on one side of Sydney Harbour and generally have a sense of the nearness ...