The Scarlet Huntington
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... time I was so tired I could have featured in a Disneyland Halloween Party as one of the walking dead and I could barely stay awake at the table. There were some fireworks at 8:30 which the kids enjoyed. They were the loudest fireworks I have ever heard. It was like they were being fired off with a gun. Each and every time I got startled. We eventually finalised the kids gift shopping and all the shops that people wanted to see were seen and ...
... warned about. We were told it would be an experience, to be careful, and not to walk home from the BART station. All went very smoothly until about halfway through the ride home when a voice came on the loudspeaker indicating that our destination stop was closed due to police activity. We got off a stop early and picked up an uber from there.
The following day was another action-packed touristing adventure. We started by wandering around Muir ...
... where they also apparently have "copy bags", but again its a "follow me" thing.
We thought we'd have a look around for somewhere to eat on the way back to the hotel, and settled on Sears Fine Foods, a restaurant established in 1938. After looking at the menu in the window, and checking out what people were eating through the window, we decided on the "Sunday Special", which was Della’s Fried Chicken (whipped potatoes, green beans, milk gravy) and ...
... started off with the planetarium show. Sitting in cushy seats in a dark theater was probably not a good choice with only 3 hours of sleep. I remember seeing some stars. We went through the rain forest exhibit and then down to the aquarium and managed to make it to the SF earthquake house, where they simulate an earthquake, right before the 5:00 closing time. A guy ****** during the simulation and a lady behind him was ...
... to the island. Once there we were taken up to the old shower blocks where our audio tour began. It was a fascinating tour, the prison closed its doors in 1963 but most of the buildings remain intact. We were taken through each aspect of prison life, the cells, recreation time, punishment, the hospital and even attempted and successful break outs. That tour lasted about 75mins then we went outside ...