Sleep Over Sauce
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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First stop Haight-Ashbury - the starting point for the Hippie Movement. Pretty grungy place now - with some remnants of the bygone era.
Next on the agenda was a slow ride through and around Golden Gate Park - it is huge with lots of gardens, sports fields and an music academy.
Stopped off at the viewpoint under the Golden Gate Bridge, a quick snap then ...
... Jono and Callum didn't complain once!? Our 2nd day in San Fran we organized to go and watch a college football game between the California Golden Bears and San Diego. It was an all day activity which included a festive train ride across, some macdonalds, a self-guided campus tour, a marching band, cheerleaders and a good win for the Bears. All in all it was a great time at Berkeley and we all went home (after a second round of macdonalds) ...
... of Shakespeare & Co. in Paris. I saw a lot of murals, several churches, and the city scape glowing in the sunlight, and then I saw Coit Tower up on Telegraph Hill, and a sigh pointing out the stairs to get to it, and I knew that you would running up them. You would be proud of me, I think, I climbed up there and got some awesome views of the bay and city and the gorgeous sunset, even though the tower was closed. I think you might've been ...
... white people).
On the way back to the hotel, I saw the same depressing sort of charactersthat I’d seen in LA. San Francisco’s problem is unique though; the city has been taken over by Silicon Valley companies such as Google, and the massive salaries that staff earn has caused property values and rents to skyrocket in the city. Over time, some lower-income residents simply can’t afford the increased rents, and so they are left on ...
... bus before we took the wrong one that goes the opposite way. Upon boarding, our luggages were too huge and blocked almost the entire walkway (but it was also because of 3 Europeans sitting opposite us, who also happened to have luggages) A chinese lady got frustrated explaining to me how to keep my luggage. I tucked my bagpack under the chair and hold onto my luggage. A kind old Mexican talked to us the entire journey (mostly to Rouzhen actually) and gave us a hell lot of tips ...