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... our gear off, and were in fact the last ones off the train ! Got a nice taxi driver to take us to our hotel, and he lifted the cases and told us about places of interest on the way, and the fare was $11 so we gave him $15. Our hotel, the Hyatt Regency, is very flash with a pretty spectacular foyer. No problems booking in, and we met our tour director, Jason Cohen in the foyer along with other people ...
... rather than throw them out as there are hundreds of homeless in San Francisco. Just when you want to see one, they are nowhere to be found. I decided to head up the street on tired legs in search of a recipient for our box of fresh prawns. Up ahead I spied someone frantically pushing a trolley loaded with possessions. As I got closer I saw a wild eye and a knife securely strapped to his belt. Caution overtook my charitable side and I returned to Stuart and placed the prawns in ...
... because she had spent too much on the front of the house so she had the 30 front rooms boarded up and never touched again.
The house was extensively furnished a with really expensive furniture. The decor was also lavish and the wall paper was imported from England at a phenomenal price. It cost her over $5 million to build this mansion. She was an extremely rich woman who earned $1000 per day from the gun business. In those days there was ...
For some strange reason Samuel was up at 6.30am and then John-Henry not long after.
Last night I'd spent ages sussing out how we were going to get to the different parts of San Francisco using the different forms of the Muni Transit system including the cable car which we hadn't been on yet.
First off we caught a bus not far from our apartment - shame we hadn't discovered that a bit sooner. Got down to Fishermans Wharf area and found ...
... backpacks, weatherproof Gortex, walking poles/ski sticks and maps. So it wasn't just for Wusses. Needless to say, we had none of the above equipment and made do with a map that showed the shuttle bus route. It was easy and enjoyable, at first. Slightly taxing as it climbed forcing all those who were going up to breath, loudly through open mouths. We took lots of pictures. We reached a cutesy bridge over the river and thought how fortunate we were. An ornate sign told us it was only ...
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10621 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito | Motelfrom $62