Travelodge South San Francisco
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... top and would have been an ideal way to return to our hotel but they were always full with queues at all the stops. As it was now about 7.15pm we took a taxi back to the hotel which was more like a roller coaster ride in places down the steep streets.
We called in at the shop for beers and then decided on pizzas for dinner back at the hotel.
This was followed by cards and Martin is now up for buying dinner on the last night.
... hot button topic there.
Seeing the Golden Gate bridge - I've never truly thought that man made structures could be beautiful like nature can be, however the bridge proved me wrong. Particularly because we walked so far to see it, and because we had heard of it and seen pictures of it previously - it was special. Its a trippy feeling to have heard about something and seen images of something for so long to finally be there and touch it is strange - a feeling that ...
... the statue at the top of the monument, "Victory", was modelled after a voluptuous Danish-American stenographer and artist's model, Alma de Bretteville, who eventually married one of San Francisco's richest citizens.
In the corners of the square are heard shape statues, similar to one I had seen down on Pier 39 yesterday. Beginning in 2009 these painted heart sculptures from the Hearts in San Francisco public art installation have been installed in each of the four corners of ...
... afternoon. On the drive in from the airport we noted a lot of houses with flat roofs and many were joined side by side. There was a waterway with floating houses side by side on it. We also saw the Oracle boat shed on the waterfront. Something quirky was a beggar, pacing up and down in front of cars stopped at the lights, with a sign reading "Bet you couldn't hit me with a quarter." It worked as somebody inside a car threw something at him, presumably a ...
... the way ( too cold to get out). We drove some more, took photos and drove some more again. Once we'd had enough we decided to head back to the city. Again stopping at more points near the Golden Gate to take some amazing photos. We found our hotel, which was luxury compared to what we'd previously been staying in, although tiny! We basically just crashed but then realised we hadn't eaten since breakky so off to ...