Country Hearth Inn San Francisco
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The next morning at breakfast I spotted a guy who I recognised from the Marin hostel I had stayed in previously. Although we had never spoken it's funny what a glimmer of the familiar can do to make you feel reassured. We chatted and laughed over breakfast and had a really nice conversation. He was a very interesting person and I enjoyed talking to him a lot. Feeling bolstered, we went our separate ways and off I wandered to explore the city. I had seen there was ...
... we had started to realise we were in a pretty dicey looking area but since it was still daylight we thought we'd walk and maybe catch a cab back. Turned out OK but there are a lot of homeless people in the area which is called Tenderloins and I did some research and essentially you stay on certain streets and stay away from others. When we got to the theatre which is on one of the main streets, Market Street, the area still had a few homeless people etc, but it felt safe ...
... Nick was not with us on Wednesday. We took a scenic route back to San Francisco and saw the Cliff House restaurant at Lands End. If we would have been smart we would have eaten there but we ended up at Gussies, a place known for its fried chicken and waffles. They served the waffles with "brown sugar syrup" (reminded me of the syrup my Mom used to make). It was good. For an extra $2 you could get maple syrup.
After lunch we headed back to ...
... meant a 5 wait in the airport, notify I actually like airports, spesh the bookstores. So I filled in my time reading checking out books.
I checked in my luggage, finally it's annoying to carry around a 20kg backpack, but then realised I forgot to put my new locks on, first hiccup of the trip, it wasn't difficult and filled I a bit of time to get the bag back and put the locks on.
ok flights, first up Melbourne to Sydney, ...
... him coming to see us off to the airport etc. He was talking about sleeping on the floor of our room, but that's no good at all. Next step was to go to the laundromat, and we were happy to get all our washing done. A nice couple from Melbourne, Colin and Sandra came in straight after we did, and we shared our washing powder with them, and had a really enjoyable chat while our washing sloshed away. Leftovers from lunch for dinner in our room was nice and casual and we were ...