Motel 6 San Francisco - Belmont
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... walking around the SOMA and "Mission District". Both are filled with obscure little shops and cafes and restaurants...and what seemed to be a "mechanics" shop on every block! I was also surprised by the amount of Fitness Centres that have large 'shopfront' windows facing the streets. I don't think it was about vanity but more about advertising. Not being a gym person, I often wondered that if you wanted 'buns of steel', why not just walk up ...
... ahead of us.
It was a great way to see the city and see how it worked. We saw street performers and schools and all the different styles of houses. The walk spanned the length of the city and four hours into it, the students were understandably starting to get tired. But then the blue of the ocean appeared between he buildings and the streets opened up and the kids got their second ...
... Straight after lunch was the mandatory trolley car which took us down to Fisherman's Wharf ($6 per ride!). Definitely cooler here but beautiful sun and the Sunday afternoon had hordes of people along the waterfront. A quick walk around Fisherman's Wharf determined it is worthy of return trip and proper look. Seafood aplenty. We had a little explore and began the walk back to the hotel for dinner via Hyde Street.
... bring aged items returning to lifestyle. Consider the environment you desire, and choose very little sections appropriately. You won't have to spend a lot of money, and you will still see advancement. Use hot flooring surfaces from the master bedroom. A cold surface can be a horrible surprise very first thing each day. Make sure to use something similar to carpeting or wooden flooring within the master bedroom. Prevent earthenware, marble, or some other ...
Part One of the Visa Mess (the day started at 6:00am and finished at 10:00pm)
Before this week, a few of my top fears in life were sea snakes, house fires, and applying for visas.
One bonus of spending the week at home rather than in Brazil with the group is that I had extra time to apply for my India and China visas. After my stressful experience with applying for the Brazil visa, I can’t say I was looking forward to ...