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... The prison closed in 1963 as it was too expensive to run. Notorious prisoners such as Al Capone and 'The Birdman' were inmates here. We caught a ferry over to the island and did the steep walk up to the cell block. The audio tour around the main cell block was interesting and the views of San Francisco from the gardens were impressive. We then caught the ferry back to the main land and caught a trolley back to Union ...
... town, outside China! We walked through the Chinese entrance gates, up and over the hill, taking in all the Chinese shops and restaurants. Having just had breakfast and the memory of the Chinese buns we had in Singapore fresh in our minds we decided not to eat here! The streets were decorated with Chinese lanterns, there were signs in Chinese but mostly English and even a Chinese high school, so the kids who grow up here don't lose sight of ...
... in Marin Country. Drakes Bay is allegedly where Sir Drake popped ashore to flame the West for Queenie. On from Point Reyes we headed north and stayed at a classic campsite full of mainly Chinese abalone fisher people this was at Albion Creek just south of Mendocino. Stupidly I left it until the day we left to take any photos ...
... traffic, pollution on the ground and in the air that hovers over the city, oh and homeless people… can you tell I don’t like San Fran, ha ha.
We drive into the center and of course have major difficulties finding a park. The traffic was 10x worse than the last time we were there. It was also lunchtime so everyone was out and about and the city looked much busier. The issue we have with this city is all the "no left turns" or “no right turns” on ...
... supplies and the frisbee he played with in the park the day before. One extremely happy boy. We boarded the bus for our return trip to San Francisco, by this stage it was 7pm, and I all I could here from Liam was are we in San Francisco yet, I replied look out for the tall buildings, we had another 2 hour trip back. Liam actually gazed out the window the whole time and admired the scenery. As we approached the city, our tour driver detoured to ...