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... Was it to be city and surrounds, or the wilderness? I chose wilderness given my love of landscapes and the opportunity to see Yosemite National Park for myself was too great and therefore outweighed seeing the likes of the Golden Gate Bridge. Although I did manage to get a glimpse of it on our way out of the city heading over Bay Bridge, riding a cable car, seeing the Port of San Francisco and of course Alcatraz. Oh well I guess I'll just have to come back again ;-) From what ...
... to drive over it or something a cruise is really the best way of seeing 1 of the most iconic bridges in the world. I also saw the Bay bridge which is pretty cool too!
The Yerba Buena Gardens - Quite a quiet gardens but with a wonderful memorial to Martin Luther King. Some really inspirational quotes there and just a very peaceful place.
Oakland - Allison took me and some International students on a tour of Oakland. I would never have thought to come ...
... probably another 20 or so inside the ship, many of which will be up and down stairs. I've walked at least 60 miles on the treadmill and cycled 75 miles or more. A week ago I'd have been happy to stay on for another sector (21 days to Sydney). By yesterday, I had decided that 29 nights was long enough in one sitting and maybe I'll complete the other sectors one by one over a period of years. Today? I can't believe how nervous I am about tomorrow. ...
... traveling to some other city or country, usually business class flights are booked. If searched properly, cheap business class flights are also available and the same can be booked for the family traveling for the vacation. This will enable the whole family to travel together.
• Selecting the hotel properly – Usually companies sending business executives on trips reimburse the hotel ...
... night with lights out before 8.30pm!
With early nights it meant awake early which has been great for seeing the sights and that day we had an 8.45am crossing for Alcatraz so it was perfect. We grabbed a bagel and coffee for breakfast and walked to Pier 33. It was so quiet in the city and along the piers it was lovely. We ferried over to Alcatraz and spent a couple hours exploring the prison and island. The audio guide was awesome, and we also watched a ...