Sleep Over Sauce
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... middle of it all. A few blocks from the Bridge, cable car up the road, the wildly steep undulating classic streets with glimpses of the Bay and bridges at every turn, Chinatown down the road and Fishermans wharf just there. Groovy bars all around us.
I could see Steve McQueen everywhere.
We unpacked and got on the first cable car we could downtown to Union Square. Hanging off the sides of the car doing selfies, drinking it all in. Just ...
... but was nice to walk around, even though it was starting to get cold. As we were right by the sea it was a cold wind blowing.
As a tour group we caught a ferry back to San Francisco, Geoff going up to the upper level so that he could get his photos, as for me I was lazy, I stayed inside out of the wind. Geoff wanted to get close-up photos of the Golden Gate Bridge (which was partially covered in fog again) and Alcatraz ...
... dubbed Elsa thanks to my plaited hair, and somehow was in the front row of the boat ride as well! It was on the boat however that he discovered the most ridiculously wussy girl in the group. She quite literally screamed at everything, and he took great delight in freaking her out for the rest of the journey. It was hilarious, she even shrieked at a lantern.
After the sixty minute show we went back to pier 39 to pick up souvenirs and have another wander round the candle store we ...
... made artichoke bread - voted best bread on tour.
From there we headed to the city. Coming into San Francisco all eyes were pealed, then we spotted the double red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. We were taken by how close the houses were packed in, the lack of trees and gardens, and the massive highways jammed with cars. We found our hotel in downtown and settled in. It was a lovely middle ...
... ground, another hidden area within the city!! We walked back down through the financial district to market street, grabbed some water In Walgreens for the bus; the check out man was named chan he took a fancy to Ross, he barely said hi to me but when Ross came to the check out he couldn't get enough. Haha! We then got back to the hotel just after 9, we sat in the corridor charging our phones to pass the time. Was a little awkward but hey ho! Asked them to ring us a cab ...