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... distance to our Hotel - the Double Tree by Hilton. The Hotel was nice - a little more business orientated than some others, but very clean and modern. We checked in, hit a nearby mall for some grocery shopping and late lunch, then returned to the Hotel for a swim and some dinner before heading to bed early. With the 4.00am start, the road closures and two flights, it had been a very long ...
... be exact). And I think that is a really good thing – to be away from the comforts of home. To be put into a situation where it’s not the norm. To meet people we have never met. To get out and experience our next adventure.
Folks kept asking us – 'So, wait a minute. Your house burned down, you just finished construction after two years, and the first thing you want to do is ...
... the airport to the city and finds the way to the air-train and then the BART very quickly.
When we get the escalator down to the Bart, in typical Paul fashion, there is a train in the station and Paul jumps straight on! Doesn't usually work for us, but fortunately, this time it does. As we discover the Bart commentator has a great sense of humour. While we are sitting waiting for the Bart to leave the station, other groups of ...
... and soap provided! On arriving in Emeryville we had completed our East to West Coast trip and travelled a total of 3227 miles.
We hopped on a connecting coach to downtown San Francisco where our driver was an ex 'tour bus driver'. So he decided to give us an informal tour on the journey. He taught as that pretty much anything that was interesting was invented in San Francisco as well as explaining it was one of the more expensive cities to live ...
... tiny theatre with about 12 of us there, it was great although I couldn't convince mum to go up on stage when they wanted volunteers! For our second full day we took a cable car ride, which mum had done before so she could show me the ropes. Definitely a must-do for San Francisco! We rode up to the top of Lombard street and then back down to Ghardielli Square near Fisherman's Wharf which had cute shops and cafes. On our way home we visited golden gate park ...
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