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... pictures that's regularly occurring in competition speedball, CO2 tanks can lock up up, earning your handgun for the moment incapacitated. Device failures such as this in timed fits more often than not ends up in treatment or decline. Despite the fact high-pressure oxygen tanks set you back considerably more, they happen to be an absolute must have fashion accessory for premier markers and regular efficiency. Most speedball tournaments high demand close to ...
... night we decided to make Tuesday a bit of a shopping, wandering day. We went back to Lombard Street and also had our first Macy's experience. Lets just say Macy's is now Josh's favourite store! He scored some absolute bargains there, mainly all his fav brand Polo Ralph Lauren. And they give a discount to foreigners on vacation... score! San Francisco was a beautiful city, sad to be leaving here but looking forward to our next stop - Washington ...
... seat across the middle row, and a two tone paint job that looks like something my grandmother would drive (of course, no offense intended if you own this car) AND as I expected, there is no way to fit all of the luggage in and have the third row seats up... So... It's 3 girls across in the middle seat for 10 days... Sigh.
I take my white and gold family truckster and head to the hotel feeling very much like Clark Griswald. The trip had to have a hiccup ...
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Fireworks in San Francisco - Just imagine how flash it would look without the mist.
Oakland Bridge in San Francisco - The Golden Gate Bridge is only one of many bridges. The Oakland Bridge is a new bridge built after San Francisco's Earthquake in 1989. The bridge has a hi-tech LCD lightening display.
... was not needed. Apparently it occurs each Saturday and should not be missed.
Then to the rock - Alcatraz ........ Excellent facility maintained by the Parks Service, the audio tour included in the ticket cost of $30, prebook because they were selling the next available tour 5 days in advance. Great history though chilling at times and there goes 4 hours.
Did I mention no walking somewhere ? Boy did we walk. Don't take the trolley up ...