Great Highway Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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... by Frank Morris and brothers Clarence and John Anglin on June 11, 1962. The prison was closed in 1963 when it became too difficult to maintain. After several years of wrangling on what to do with the island the Golden Gate National Recreation Area assumed control and made this a tourist site.
As an added bonus there is an art exhibit by Ai Weiwei located in the new industries building. The focus of the exhibit is to bring to the ...
... Fiji at 9:20am the "same day"). Only 1 more flight until we are home sweet home (and ready to face the frigid Chicago winter... yeah right....) Although we are sad our honeymoon is over, we (Amy) are already planning future travels (Australia, Italy, Maldives, South Africa, and hopefully back to New Zealand!) The blog has been a great way for us to remember the details of our trip and we look forward to reminiscing in the future. Thanks for reading along! Until next ...
... to the gate and, after a short wait, boarded the flight and got settled. I was delighted to see a great selection of movies available on the in-flight entertainment system and my sister had brought some sleeping aids to help us get some rest on the 10 hour flight. We took off right on time, and settled back into our seats, so excited about the adventure that awaited us.
... Got a very helpful woman on the desk of another gate who switched us together...to premium economy!! Winning! Maybe that was the curbside guy's plan all along - I don't think so. Caught a cab from the airport. Firstly the driver didn't know the address & then didn't have GPS. Lucky I did get the US SIM card or we might still be driving around the car park! Once he sort of knew where he was going he decided to make up for lost time with lane ...
... after a 50 min wait we managed to board the next one. From the ferry we were treated to lovely views of the bridge, Alcatraz and the city skyline making the ferry ride a tourist attraction in itself. Docking at Pier 41 we disembarked with our bikes and cycled along the boulevard past the gaudy Fishermans Wharf, a total tourist trap where we'd no doubt end up at a later date, and on to Ghirardelli Square. We'd had a taste of the famous Ghirardelli chocolate and ice cream ...