Holiday Inn Express Oakland Airport
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... house (we forgot to ask for the address of the restaurant)#lifeistrickywithoutinternet ! We parked near Georges house (because we didn’t understand the one way system) and began to walk up towards his house. We asked a passer-by where the Scarlet Begonia was and he directed us. It wasn’t where he said (he was drunk). We asked in a petrol station (they’d never heard of it). Finally we asked in a hotel and the guy new exactly where it was and gave us ...
... are often just smoke and mirrors. -the signs that say speed is monitored by aircraft are definitely lying. We did not see any speeding drivers get bombed on the I-5. But I did hesitate for a second because it is america after all. -if someone is being a pain with their high beams on blinding you via your mirrors use the electric side mirror adjustment to send it right back at them. -the passenger can attempt to assist on windy roads by elk spotting ...
... decicded this would have to wait as we wanted to press on and get as close as possible to Yosemite National Park.
Pożegnaliśmy się z Charlsem i Ruth, wykorzystując ostatnią okazję na wzięcie prysznica przed powtorem do życia w Toyocie Corolla, i wyruszyliśmy do San Francisco. Charles i Ruth polecili nam abyśmy jechali drogą wzdłuż ...
... an area that concentrates on gifts and crossed 1 street to many ending up in a really dodgy part of town. Literally by crossing one street the human landscape changes dramatically so abandoned our intended destination and headed back to safer territory , didn't want to call in an air strike to get out of there. Just for something different more walking back to Russian Hill to have dinner and head down to the ferry terminal to catch the bus that eventually got us onto the train ...
... just loneliness. It would take no longer than a day to feel the class divide here. I walked down the harbour side, towards Golden Gate Bridge. As famous as it is, it is slightly underwhelming but still very pretty, stretching across the ocean and reaching the city opposite. I then decided to go to Chinatown as I had heard good things about the SF one. It was pretty obvious when I arrived here due to the intricate detail on the entrance archway and the red lanterns that hung on ...