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Tuesday 10 June 2014
Weather – cool, windy & cloudy – a heavy fog over city
Hopped on tour “Urban Safari with Alcatraz Tour”,4 Hour tour provided travelling around in a open aired Zebra Striped bus – provided with blankets and safari hats, showing us well known and not well known places around San Francisco visiting areas around the Presidio area, visited Twin Peaks lookout and could not see city ...
Another Denny's this time for breakfast. Feeling like we've had enough fast-food for a month now. Continued our drive up to San Francisco on Highway 1, a beautiful road that runs parallel to the Pacific Ocean. Stopped off at a couple places including a junk house, built by a garbage man in the early 20th century, the whole house was built from recycled materials. Then we stopped at ...
Starring: Cirsty, Ryan, Golden Gate Hotel Staff, Pip, various shop attendants, Car rental attendants
Location shots: San Francisco - Golden Gate Hotel, "Full House" house, Alamo Square, Union squarePre breakfast morning walk sees Cirsty and Ryan find another two locations from the Full House TV show. Photos are taken while resident is trying to leave for work, Cirsty thinks about yelling out "don't mind us we're tourist not ...
... so out of sorts coming back to San Francisco – it no longer felt “normal”.
Connecting with my Roots
Though I’ve always had a connection to the Philippines, based on part of my heritage and having been born there, I never actually felt a connection – until this trip. A large part had to do with the relief work I did, spending time with a host family, and interacting with those who are in need. A larger part had to do ...
... into the restricted zone and had it out with a security guard who couldn’t even tell me exactly how to do it either LOL. We finally figured it out and rode across the bridge. It was windy and very very high up. There was a lot of noise from the cars too. Will told me later that there was a crew that worked year round to paint it nonstop! It seemed pretty rusty to me. After we crossed we rode up and down hill to a nearby town Sausalita ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegency Hotel San Francisco
At $90 per nite ( cash, so no tax) the hotel was good value. It was very clean, had comfortable beds, had a good size bathroom, had no air con or ceiling fan - but San Fran always ?? cools down at nite time, It was reasonably quiet, close to Union Sq and Market St. Breakfast was good, cereal, bolied eggs, toast, coffee, tea - so no complaints
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