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We had to be on the road by 7am this morning as half the group were booked on the Alcatraz Tour and needed to be at Pier 33 by 1pm. I was in the front again today so I was trying to mix up my music to keep everyone happy but when Cotten Eyed Joe came on Drew told me I was killing his soul, which I found hilarious. Also Dan did come back at who knows what hour last night so we didn't have to go and search for him which was good. ...
... or accent. One fellow decided to try and jump off a large stairway on his skateboard, and despite the fact he fell on his backside each time, the crowds whooped and cheered and slapped his hand.
After our drink (and more confusion with the tipping custom), we walked along the infamous Santa Monica pier. It reminded me of Brighton in the UK and was filled with fairground rides and tacky tourist shops. This was to be the first time we came across The Bubba Gump ...
We decided that, because we want to travel a lot in the future, we might as well start off our 2015 - first year of marriage- with local travel. So many times we've had new year's resolutions revolve around diet or some other form of self improvement. We already live a pretty healthy lifestyle with watching what we eat and exercising, so really the only thing we haven't been doing much is traveling.
... blocks. Drug deals, human faeces and more homeless people make for an interesting and unforgettable experience. Comment if the day from Riley to his father, Mutinys usually happen for a reason. It is an experience and we will spend days if not years giving Gil ****. After a brief stop in the hotel we head out for the afternoon and now look forward to our evening Alcatraz tour. As we are the early bird Bygraves we get to spend some time alone at Pier ...
... population of central California cheered and the native American rain-dancing teams packed up their dancing moccasins as we pulled over at a Burger King to get out our foul weather clothing when it started to pour. I suspect that there was not quite enough today to end the drought, but here’s hoping that our little dousing is the start of things to come.
By the time we arrived in San Franciso and approached the famous Bay Bridge the sun was out again. The toll ...