Vantaggio Suites Jefferson Square
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... Andy, who had also been on the wine tour and we and two Brazilian girls enjoyed conversation and a lunch on Angel Island
before being boated over to Alcatraz . Quite a place and the audio tour made it come alive with the words of prisoners and warders . Views of the city from behind bars must have increased the isolation. What amazed me was the book signing by a past inmate. You'd have thought the last thing he'd want to do was spend a day voluntarily holed up ...
... chain hotel but a lot newer and not a yellow wall in sight. Checked in dropped bags on the floor because there is no other place to put them, then we're off to explore. First stop Spitfire bar for some liquid intake $9 margaritas for K and a cold beer for me the waitress was very friendly and gave us lots of info on where to go. A couple of streets further on was a bar called the Beltown Pub a ...
... a military fort, then military prison then finally the penitentiary. Alcatraz is the number 2 most popular tourist attraction in California, only second to Disneyland.
On to Fisherman's Wharf for lunch and some clam chowder followed by a great taxi ride around town to see some great sights. We drove down the street that was used for the car chase in the movie 'Bullet" with Steve McQueen. Wow ...
... to be in an outside pool that is warmer than a jacuzzi.
After a quick stop in Death Valley we were on to Vegas. Not too long a drive, we were staying at the Luxor which was in the shape of a pyramid with the rooms going at a slant up the sides of the hotel. We went to see Penn and Teller who did some amazing magic tricks, but the show was a lot shorter than we thought. We went straight to bed as we were going to the Grand Canyon the next day at stupid o'clock. ...
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