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... the other parts of the island - the early days as a fort, Indian protest camp etc. The unexpected part was the lovely gardens started during the days of the commandants residency in the early 20th century.
We headed back to Pier 39 for lunch - Chowder (Creamy seafood soup) in a sourdough bread bowl and fisherman's basket. As we chowed down our food we soaked up the sun which eluded us on the Island. Checked out the seal colony at the end of Pier 39.
We spent the ...
... Navigating San Francisco was a breeze thanks to Sara's map and clear directions. Going around San Francisco was a lot easier than Beijing since San Francisco was smaller and everyone spoke English. People were so nice in San Francisco. San Francisco was a place I heard about growing up and I had a desire to see it, but I never thought hat I would actually see it. So glad that I chose to come out to the Bay Area for a vacation after my time in Beijing.
... tram to come to a complete stop before getting on and off. The driver had had his voice box removed so it was hard to take him seriously sounding like a robot. All the running had worked and we arrived with a few minutes to spare and the boat trip across the bay brings a much need breeze to cool us down.
Alcatraz has so much history for such a small rock in the middle of the bay. From originally being part triangular defence outpost to becoming what its most famous for ...
... don't feed you on the plane. We got to our hotel at about 6pm. The traffic was really busy and took maybe two hours on the shuttle bus. We then went out and got some groceries as our room has a full kitchenette. We are looking forward to some healthier home made food. We have a great city view from our room and it is quite spacious. It will be an early night for us before a big sight seeing day ...
... a couple things and they let us slide.
After that, we just had time for a quick drink and it was time to board. The flight itself was fine. Swiss Air is always nice. We each watched a move on the plane (Frozen for me, Hobbit for P, and Last Vegas for C), had chicken or cheese spaetzle for dinner and then slept until there were 3 hours left on the flight....
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