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... was the Clovus (s) Amphitheatre - bit like the Somerville at home but with pollarded English Plane trees instead of Norfolk Island Pines and with big proscenium arch at the front.
I found the restroom and noticed behind the stage area was a car park with a bike and segway rental area and a van selling Indian food and a tent with coffee and cakes. We each bought a coffee and I bought some realy nice chickpea curry. We sat at a table to eat ...
... Just happened that he also worked a lifeguard on the Gold Coast 3 years ago.
After miles of the above riding, we were once again on a freeway making our approach to San Francisco where we negotiated the craziness of the SF traffic to find our Hotel. A quick orientation and we were doing a walk up Lombard Street, Google it and check out how steep that is.
So another big day on the road, and another night that promises a great nights sleep. ...
... it does worry me that things haven't exactly gone to plan so far, I can't wait to get on the road! I am not looking forward to the ride out of the city tomorrow, but I am sure that I will soon get bored and lonely on the deserted mountain roads that follow.
I honestly cannot wait to eat loads, get ripped and raise money for an absolutely amazing charity! Bring on the next three months!!
... the taste of frog away and once again I felt sick after eating the incredibly sickly slice of Craig’s crazy carrot cheese cake.
We had one last sight to see in San Fran and that was the world famous golden gate bridge. With the day still slightly smoggy there was a kind of haze around the bridge. As you walk long the bridge with kite suffers below you get an amazing view of the bay. You can feel the constant vibrations on ...
Today when I woke up I was excited because I was doing my own thing this morning away from the group. I had organised a food tour of the little Italy region in San Francisco. So once I was ready for the day I headed off to explore on my own and to meet up for my tour. On the way I did stop off and buy myself a birthday present but then was on the mission to get to my meeting spot. I walked through the shopping district and then through china town. I think the biggest thing with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMetro Hotel San Francisco
Great little hotel in lovely neighbourhood, really friendly owners, room 110 is amazing! really spacious, 3 double beds. A lot of hotel for a very small price.
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