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... Franciscan and in fact lived adjacent the Park. We spent some time in the de Young Museum, which has a great Observation Deck that gives more views over the city and out towards the Pacific Ocean. Fortunately, the weather provided more great vistas with a slight haze, which I had come to realise was usual for SF.
We spent an hour or so wandering around the Park, passing the Conservatory of Flowers and other ...
... but once you're are in bed it doesn't matter much.
The scenery as we left Chicago was a typical urban landscape as we began to head West. Gradually it became farmland as we headed out of Illinois, through Iowa and to Nebraska. Around 4pm the Dining Room Attendant came to ask when we'd like to book for dinner. When you book sleeping accommodation (vs. sitting in a normal seat the whole journey) your meals in the Dining Car are included. Although this ...
On arrival we were struck with this panoramic, ocean view with the huge, dawning prison, Alcatraz in the middle! Was an amazing site to see, and to think that it used to be a prison. We hired bikes to ride up onto the Golden Gate Bridge. Riding up was a huge challenge. I'm skipping leg day for at least a fortnight... haha. There were plenty of other riders doing as we did. Once we got to the bridge, we decided to cross it. Now this was a problem, as it was only about 6 ...
Another meager and random product of evolution, thrown in the vast land of San Francisco, California. Aspirations growing stronger and larger with every step in this city. From arrival, rain was heavy and we were more than lost without our mums. Although the flight was delayed by one hour due to the actual door being broken, we felt as though if our mums were there, somehow the plane would have been fine. I slept for about 3hrs, and the rest of the time was ...
... retreat from civilisation. The Hostel itself was a pretty building with loads of flowers and birds around it. Inside it was very cosy with sofas and armchairs, a log stove and a fantastic view. I curled up on one of the sofas with my kindle and that amazing view and stayed there for pretty much the whole evening.
The room was nice enough and there was only one other lady in the dorm with me. Unfortunately she had her 7 year old daughter ...