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... which seem eager to entice and trap a motorcycle wheel.
Having dropped off the bikes, for shipment back to to their homes, we headed back to our hotel. We hoped to catch a bus or taxi, but before we could do so, we found ourselves walking though one of the rougher areas of the city (8th Street), glimpsing a couple of men "chasing the dragon," a man apparently haranguing his supplier, and other shady sorts. Never mind that it ...
... up a steeper hill than I'd tackled even in Quebec City to see the view from the Coit Tower, named for Lillie Coit who, as far as I could gather from the story our hostel guide told us, stalked firefighters. She also donated a lot of money to the firefighters' cause, which is nice, and dressed up as one, to aid in the stalking I assume. From the Coit Tower (which is supposedly shaped like the nozzle of a fire hose) you're theoretically able to see ...
... and ads so I was annoyed that the bus trip has implied we would be seeing them when we did not. We did see another row of similar houses as well as some other interesting sights such as the Golden Gate Park and Conservatory of Flowers, the Japanese Tea Garden and the 1960's hippie district. After being dropped off back at Union Square we caught the cable car back to the wharf area and made our way to Alcatraz Landing. The trip to Alcatraz sells out weeks in ...
We moved here on May 30th, knowing it was a no-frills RV Park, but best, location-wise, for visiting friends in Livermore, and for making day trips into San Francisco.
We were thrilled when we pulled in to see that the Good Guys Car Show was just starting here at the fairgrounds, with over 2,000 street rods, classics, and chrome-encrusted beauties to see - ...
Today when I woke up I was excited because I was doing my own thing this morning away from the group. I had organised a food tour of the little Italy region in San Francisco. So once I was ready for the day I headed off to explore on my own and to meet up for my tour. On the way I did stop off and buy myself a birthday present but then was on the mission to get to my meeting spot. I walked through the shopping district and then through china town. I think the biggest thing with ...