Americas Best Value Inn - Richmond / San Francisco
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I've been dreading this day. The day I return home. I never like to go home after traveling. I'd much rather get on a flight and go off to a new location, a new country, a new city I can explore, but not home. It sucks being dragged into reality and even more so when everyone you're with is so excited about being home. The only thing I'm looking forward to are my animals. My ...
... and by this time our legs and feet were ready for a rest.
We had a slice of pizza each for tea then went for a final walk around San Francisco. It is a beautiful city and we have enjoyed being here very much.
Back to the hotel early as we have to be up at 3.00am, yes that's right 3.00am as we have to catch the 6.00am flight to the Grand Canyon. What was our travel agent ...
... marriage equality for same sex couples in the U.S., the whole crowd was celebrating. Our night was a late night, as there were fireworks at the end of the game. Liam and I engaged another uber x driver, this time of night and demand meant a 2.6 times the regular charge back to our hotel. This was only $19 though in total. We pulled into bed at midnight, tomorrow is another early day as we are headed to Monterey and Carmel on an organised ...
... in day light before heading to the Ferry Building where there was a very nice market, across to the city centre Redwood Forest, and then DOWN through china town (probably the nicest china town we have seen so far), out of china town we hit Union Square - where designer shops were in every direction! Unfortunately the cable was down on Powell street but a shuttle took us up to the next street where we caught it! We have ridden and hung off a Cable Car in San Fran!! This took us ...
... were stunning. You could see across the whole city landscape and it was awesome.
Next we drove up and down some of the streets that branched off Market Street to see if we had missed much. Dolores Street was very picturesque with beautiful houses and palm trees lining the middle of the street. Valencia Street looked like it had some cool funky shops and cafes and Mission Street didn’t look great so I don’t think we missed that much.
On the way back ...