Travelodge South San Francisco
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... of your own weapon, leaving you with a voracious cravings for ammo. The predicament most members facial is holding the right amount of ammunition even while actually staying as agile and lightweight as it can be. The solution is an additional type of dedicated products - the pod funnel. Pod harnesses are flexible straps composed of a range of pouches to hold variety of pods of paintball ammo. Most harnesses fit in across the midsection or thigh to offer fast access ...
It's always so hard to get up and leave early when you stay in a motel, and we ended up not setting off today until around 10am. On the way we stopped off for ice cream at shop that apparently is the 5th best ice cream parlour in the US! They made us Twisters where they blend two flavours together to make an awesome milkshake style ice cream. By this time it was midday before we finally started cycling off some of the miles of ...
... Crooked Street' the street lives up to its name. One Way - down only - you would not want to live on this street as the traffic both vehicle and pedestrians is constant.
It was now time to walk over the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a bit blustery and parts of the bridge were shrouded in fog. The three young ones walked the bridge which is 1.7 miles long plus approaches - about 4 km. it is ...
Of course, we're still at home watching the Netherlands play Chile in the World Cup. Thereafter, taking car to car wash, doing last house cleaning, packing up and we'll hit the road. First stop tonight will probably be near Sequoia National Park. Can you believe it? An eight week trip and we haven't packed a thing yet. Must keep possibility open to not leave until tomorrow, but we'd really hate that. We wanna get out of here!
Update: No, we're leaving tomorrow.
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It doesnt matter that the title above was from "Meet Me in St Louis", cos San Francisco had em first (thats using poetic licence you see)
Anyway the story about the cable car ride is this. But first of all let me digress for a wee minute. There are four cable car routes in SFO, and each has steel tracks like a tram, with another "groove" in between, where the cable is running. You can hear ...