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... a late lunch. 40 minute wait but was very good. Then we caught a bus into the cbd to loomat some shoes. The Hulette bought some boots and running shoes. Then wandered around a bit more and caught a different bus home. Picked up shakes on the way and then settled in to plan tomorrow and watch some tv. Can't upload photos today, Internet sucks here. Golden Gate park tomorrow, and some neighbourhood with painted houses. Aren't most houses ...
... was leaving from. The tours were completely sold out until Monday and hundreds of people were queuing for the cruise. There is only one company that actually allows people on Alcatraz so you can imagine how popular it is.
At 11.50am we boarded our boat and over we went to the Island, also known as ‘The Rock’. The trip across was a worthwhile tour in itself as it offered some amazing views of the city and the bridge.
When we stepped off onto Alcatraz it was ...
... br> disgusting.
We chatted with our buddies Stan and James again, and had a long discussion about San Francisco with Travis who works at the front desk. Then we had to catch the light rail to our Mega Bus stop, and then Mega Bus it to San Fran!! The trip was speedy, and it felt great to bypass all the traffic on the bridge going in to town. We got dropped on the complete other side of town though, so had to taxi it to our first ...
... to Emunah. A
nice way for her to wake up. And then she received a big bday hug from her
Our first destination was to the Golden Gate Bridge. We walked across the bridge stopping every few minutes to take in the view and look down at the water where we saw dolphins jumping. It was a bit chilly on the bridge and very noisy from the cars going by. The span of the bridge is 1.7 miles, we decided halfway ...
... have any available. He tells me he does have a Ford Expedition which is in the same "class". I tell him that's not quite true as the Suburban is long enough to have 3 rows of seats up AND fit luggage in the back. He tells me it's all he has, hands me the keys and sends me on my way. I want to complain, but it's 12AM PST, or 3AM EST, and the kids are done so I move on.
When we get to the car, it is so far from what I hoped for... 50k miles, a basic radio, ...