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... shops. all trying to entice a buck out of the tourists, but we only bought some grapes which I might add were dear!
We looked at the many ferries as they zoomed over the Bay, and admired how clear the view of Alcatraz was.
Sadly the tour was booked out for today.
When Ben arrived we walked a bit, but I was pretty tired with a sore back, so we managed to flag a taxi and went up to China Town to ...
... anymore, we were exhausted, our feet felt as though they were going to fall off! So we caught the electric metro bus back, it runs on electric going through the wires hoisted in the air. It was such a nice ride back! We were both so tired! Went back to the hotel for a cheeky shower to freshen up, even though they had checked us out they allowed us which was nice of them! We then headed back out to the old fashion cable cars, we hung on the outside of then which was ...
... a huge range of gourmet foods & sweets & take-away food. Filled ourselves & the van up - 24 US gall @ US$4.16/ gall and tackled the 2 1/2 hour trip south to San Francisco. Hilary must have still been suffering or was cranky because she refused to talk to us going into town, giving only the bare minimum, eg turn left now! Got us to the hotel but then happily turned her off. Make up your own puns from all ...
... loud and not understanding that we couldn’t wait outside and for using our cell phones. While she was yelling at us, (I wish I could use a kinder adjective, but ask anyone there – she was not a happy camper) one of the guys in line expressed his frustration with the pathetic service and she called security to have him sent out. He said before he left that he had been trying to get his visa for the past three weeks to no avail. Around this time I was ...
... town to North Beach and found a lovely cafe, Cafe Delucchi in the Italian sector of SF. Sat outside in the sun and had a delicious breakfast of creamy polenta, poached eggs, artichoke mash and toast with hollandaise on the side. Of cause I could not eat it all but it was delicious. Stuey's breakfast pizza with fresh spinach, mushrooms and poached eggs was equally as good. Later we did a 4 hour tour of the city, which was both informative and a great way to see the city. The ...