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... so glad to have it cut as am feeling like a shaggy dog.
We had a light tea about 6.30pm at a diner just near our hotel and walked around Macy's then went walking but there was such a cold wind and the streets are very steep so we decided to come back to our room and keep warm.
Hopefully tomorrow we will wake up feeling great and ready to check out the rest of San ...
We leave one month from today! All reservations are made and all paperwork is in order. We will fly to Toronto and then onto Istanbul for 3 days before boarding the Emerald Princess on May 23, 2015. We will meet our friends Carol and Peter at the hotel in Istanbul and do some touring and sight seeing with them. We have made arrangements with a tour company in Istanbul through a good friend of ours here in California.
Just a quick note, if you double click on the first picture you will get a slideshow of all the pictures in this blog. Some pictures have a comment attached that you can see in the slideshow.
Day 2 of our trip saw Maureen and I do a lot of walking, close to 7 miles by the time the day was over. We walked from our location to the Starbucks on the corner of ...
... shops around and a Saks Fifth Avenue department store. It was all a bit fancy for us so we cut back through to Market Street and continued to walk down to the ferry building by the seafront. Well… I’m not sure if we missed something or what but there was nothing on the rest of the street. As for the main shopping downtown area I cannot see how this is it at all. It was extremely underwhelming.
The ferry building had a bunch of posh food shops and we had ...
... straight talking consultant from Toronto, and Lotus and Tom, well if you have been diligently reading this blog, you know who already. They all met in San franscisco, an edgy, crumbling chic of a city with tourists, natives as they like to call themselves and unfortunately a whole lot homeless. Katy, who had developed a fetish for open bus tours that whirled us around the city listening to the same jokes the tour guide had dished out that day and many days before. We walked across ...