Twin Peaks Hotel
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... the bay front through Cow Hollow, another equally lovely but slightly younger neighbourhood. Here we stopped in a cafe for a coffee and a bagel. We'd already walked nearly 6 miles by this point up and down the SF hills. We continued towards the water through the Marina neighbourhood - randomly lots of people on segways will be our resounding memory of this area! It also had a more modern feel to it. On the sea front, we strolled around the Fort Mason area, with lots of ...
... what he means but he was fantastic and I was in jazz heaven - I don't really care what he meant but I want to remember that forever! After listening to them for ages, ordering the pianist his dinner and stalling the show for a chat, we wandered home. Day made by a four piece jazz band in a little restaurant, downtown San Fransisco. I'm now going to let the many sirens of San Fran sing their song and send me to sleep. Night everyone ...
... sitting on the train to be exciting. On entering Hollywood station my first feeling was that I had accidentally ventured into Arkym Asylum. Trolley wielding tramps passed by muttering to themselves and people who appeared normal would suddenly burst into random conversation with unseen people. There were also the folk who hung around the station, dancing and singing to themselves as if there was nobody else around watching them, as well as the folk who dressed in the ...
... is now completely out the window.
Check in was easy and we board our plane to our first and only connection in LAX which then goes directly to Heathrow, London. The LAX trip goes smoothly but there is substantial confusion on finding and checking into our LAX to Heathrow flight. You see, our domestic flight from SFO to LAX was subcontracted out to Virgin America. The international flight is handled by Air New Zealand. Unfortunately, this just happens to be ...
After a sleep in (which we enjoyed very much) we set off to explore the waterfront area of SF starting down at Pier 1 where the food markets are located and walking all the way to pier 47 and the Fort Mason area.
A beautiful sunny day made this an enjoyable walk and we enjoyed the sights as we strolled. The views of the Bay Bridge are really stunning - this seems to be a more impressive bridge than the Golden Gate as it is a 2 tier bridge. West to east on the ...
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