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... Communist Party of the day. Maybe the reason for this was that most of the leadership had come from the anarcho-syndicalist "One Big Union" movement which had been so strong on the Pacific Coast a generation before. Maybe it was because you can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant, I'm not really sure. Despite a river of theories no one is. Whatever attracted such left-of-centre activity, the vibe remains to this day as a palpable beacon which attracts and invites ...
... choice. Not one to give up free stuff I ate a shed load of cheese and downed a lot of wine trying each of the wines. We met a crazy French guy and a Spanish guy who both worked in the hostel but were making the most of the free food and drink. The French guy had endless stories and kept us entertained. It was looking like the Spanish guy was in for a year of having his eyes opened to everything San Fran had to offer if he liked it or not with the French guy taking him ...
... br> Back at the ranch we said our goodbyes and headed up to Oakland, via getting some take out sushi in Montclair which took way, way too long to be prepared but was yummy, to Jim's buddy Bill's house (he sure does have a lot of friends spread across the USA!) where we spent the night.
This morning we had our first real city driving and parking experience into San Francisco on a cloudy day. I won't even tell you how much ...
... so there was a mixture of all the groups. We headed to a different area of San Francisco and started at this little grungy bar which kind of had the same vibe as shadows... So not great. We stayed here for quite a while until finally moving onto another bar that had a similar feel. By the end of the night a couple of us wanted to explore something a little different so we went off to find another bar. We achieved our goal and sat in a cute little trendy bar where I had a blueberry ...
... own thing and not interested in us. Except for one Asian lady who didn't want me taking photos of her store. It was a cultural experience and I really enjoyed strolling around. I almost got scammed by a camera guy trying to sell me my dream lens for half of the price listed in Canada. I knew something was wrong and although I let him out the lens on my camera to try it out I left ...
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