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... couple of miles we eventually found the bus stop we needed. No bus numbers, no shelter, no times, just a tiny little poll with a sign saying ‘Bus Stop’! The fun didn’t stop there though, we got on a bus that we knew went past our stop and when we asked him to make sure he said he didn’t go there and had a complete blank look on his face like he didn’t even know what I was talking about. So we waited for the No. 70 bus as that is the one we got on so ...
... very much looking forward to reaching our destination. We got to San Fran around 4 pm, the city striking us with its compact high houses and hilly landscape. Again, very different to what we saw in LA and LV. We checked into our hotel and then took a walk to Union Square, only a short block or two from where we are staying. The first thing that struck me about this part of San Francisco, is that it sort of reminds me ...
... It was very hard to find the Amtrak office as the location is ferry terminal and is big but we eventually found tucked away in an other building to the side of the terminal. We both liked SF and for me the place we stayed at in Russian Hill was the perfect location for what we wanted to do and see , for Lindee the architecture was the most appealing part. We both have come to conclusion that tours aren't all what the cracked up to be , we gained much more enjoyment by walking ...
... 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, ...
... the freeway and landed safely at our hostel. The hostel is a good one, clean, comfy, free wifi, free breakfast. All the things we look for in a hostel. By the time we'd got ourselves sorted it was about 4am English time so we were pretty knackered, we managed to find a quick snack in a Thai restaurant opposite the hostel and then bed. Today we woke up ridiculously early, about half 6, mostly because we were asleep by 9pm SF time. We had the delicious free ...