Country Hearth Inn San Francisco
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Sunday Day 11, 10th August 2014
Enjoyed a leisurely, later start this morning – meeting Patrice in the Atrium at 9.45am. This is the highest atrium in the world and is pretty amazing – hope the photos show the 17 floors – we were only on the 2nd. We walked as a group through street stalls to the Ferry Building which was originally built in 1898 and was really busy then as there were no bridges. ...
... then straight to Leavenworth to catch the hop on hop off bus round the city!! Saw Lombard Street, Little Italy, Coit Tower, Gharridelli Square, the ferry building, Union square, city hall and finished up at China Town. Did a long ass up hill walk through Chinatown and finally arrive at the Cable Car Museum which was actually the hub for the cable car system. It's tiny but Dad loved it, I wandered around the shop then sat ...
... a second wrong turn and went back on the highway instead of to the overlook, so we completely missed the viewing opportunity. Didn’t really matter much…we wouldn’t have seen much of anything with the heavy fog covering the bridge.
Across the bridge lies downtown San Francisco, a typical maze of one ways and turning restrictions. In some places, the right lane is for public transportation only. I was headed for the ...
... box apartment in The Tenderloin, to The Tender Knob, where for an extra $500 you get the lid, and Knob Hill where you get the shoes and laces as well.
Putt Putt Putting on thru the ten city blocks of Chinatown, the Italian District of North Beach (home to the beatniks of City Lights Bookstore), the bus reached its official start/stop point at Fisherman's Wharf. The seagulls here are huge, so pumped up by the bounty of tourist left-overs, it is not ...
... and we went to her campus to drink some iced tea. We chilled on the grass with her roommate Monica.
Later, we hung out with Mohini's friend Tory and ate free pizza. The free pizza reminded me of the events Regis hosted to get students to go to things by offering free food and drinks.
In the evening, people were playing the movie Space Jam outside! My childhood! Mohini's friend Samir showed up and we watched the movie together.