Vagabond Inn San Francisco Airport (North)
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... of weed drifting through put me off so I didn't buy it (managed to find same shirt, equal price which I was able to buy without my senses being defiled).
By the end of Chinatown we were keen for something to eat but not Chinese so Dustin directed us up a hill which ended up taking us to the top of Nob Hill which is a residential neighborhood with no food. Some of the hills here are steep! and people park on them somehow (must have ...
... concerned at times as we drove through some pretty sketchy areas. We are settled in nicely now for the next 4 days. Our trip home likely begins on Friday already. Yesterday saw 12 hours of driving and approximately 700 kms. I am glad we did that drive as I have always wanted too, but probably won't do it again. We aren't as close to the ocean as I would have liked, and those roads are pretty scary. Can't wait to see what today ...
... hydraulic wheels. It was hilarious to watch the wheels lift up as they drove along; they loved all the attention from tourists too. I found myself later on in a real tourist trap near the Alcatraz stopping pier, which I was swamped with a variety of shops selling tat. I might explore it more at a later stage.
I then jumped on the boat back to Belvedere pretty exhausted. I had covered a lot of ground during the day. Overall a pretty good day ...
... with a dead baby shark in I have no idea! From here I decided to head to Coit Tower. I've been told the views were fantastic so off I went. Underestimated the climb a little. 400 steps plus 21 storeys in 30 degree heat after the trek to it was a little warm to say the least. All of these hills are either going make me super fit or kill me....!! The view was worth the climb with panoramic views of the ...
... Gate Bridge. It was so foggy when we got there we couldn't see the water beneath, never mind the bridge. Luckily it had cleared to brilliant blue skies by the time we got over to Sausalito where we got the ferry back to San Francisco. The last push back to the bike shop nearly killed both of us. I struggled to walk myself up the hill, never mind the bike. What's worse is when we got to the top it was so steep going down we didn't dare ride down- lots of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed