Waters Edge Hotel
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... espresso chip ice cream with dark chocolate hot fudge, real whipped cream and a dark chocolate square to top it off! Lawton and Carolina split a mint chocolate sundae and Chad ordered the classic "famous" sundae. After being completely refueled, we hiked (yes hiked!) up Hyde Street to find Lombard Street, the famous crooked street. People, were everywhere and police were helping with the traffic. I knew SF had steep hills, but I never imagined how truly steep they are! We started ...
... at people more amusing than anything. Especially when he called down to a woman trying to get on after being told not to by the conductor to "stop looking at her, it’s my car and I said no, now get back!" then pulled away!
Once at the Wharf we went to the San Francisco Dungeons, an attraction run by the same company as the Dungeons in London and many other locations in Europe, the San Francisco location is the first stateside version and only opened in 2014. The dungeon is ...
... you about the opening act, she got us wound up, the judge and Betty who likes to get sweaty, Williams plague experience and my heart attack because of the nurse, the visit to the psycho of Alcatraz, the boat trip, Will and his run in with the working girls at the saloon. It was never so much fun to be so constantly terrified. We then walked all the way from Fishermans Wharf back to our ...
I travelled here as part of a tour and although I only spent two nights in this tightly compacted city I managed to cram a whole lot in.
The Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see, not only for the bridge itself but for wonderful views across the bay. You can also see Alcatraz from here; it looks pretty close but if you venture out you'll soon realise that you wouldn't want to try and escape from there....distances can ...
... stories from past inmates and officers through the audio information. Nobody ever escaped Alcatraz, however there were three inmates who broke our and made it into the waters who were never found. Alcatraz also gave great views over San Francisco and of the Golden Gate Bridge. An extremely interesting day learning about the history of this famous island and very glad I did it having got lucky getting a ticket at short notice! This was my final day in San Francisco, ...