Super 8 San Francisco/Near The Marina
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... was the almighty Yosemite (pronounced Yo-sem-itty for all those ignant muh****az. Aint no toast spread yall). Far out this place is nice. The drive in is crazy. All-seeing mountains grace plummeting canyons with crazy tall redwoods and Sequoias errrwhere. I aint gonna front talking about geology and **** but you can tell the valley used to be a crazy big lake with waterfalls gushing down post ice age, probably for millions of years. But this is the dawn of man now and there's about ...
... the hotel is nice and looking forward to checking the place out if I can get Lynn out of the "marshmallow bed" she sank into, first time I have seen instructions in case of an earthquake attached to a hotel door! Large bourbon time I think will post some pics ...
... stop with some other poor tourists. We all felt like real dills as the trolley bus went right past us, in a different direction to what we were expecting, and also at ground level. Ray and I decided to move to another trolley stop and the other tourist couple followed us. We were again at the wrong stop. With both of us trying to use our GPS and internet to work out how to get to a BART station via a trolley bus from the wharf area, we made many errors in judgement. ...
... other side, this is generally not so true of San Francisco Bay where the distances between sides are generally significantly greater.
Also, I think Sydney Harbour Bridge wins in the 'more-attractive-of-the-two' bridges competition (although, I'm sure that the San Francisco-ites may have a word or two to say about that)!
I also turned my attention to the myriad boats docked in the marina behind, and ...
After long 6 hours we reached the place of our Irish friend James who we met in Africa almost one year ago while he was also backpacking around East Africa. In these days he is back in San Francisco where he has been living for more than 20 years. When we let him know we were going to spend a couple of days in San Francisco at the end of September, he didnīt hesitate even one second and invited us to stay with him in Sausalito, a wonderful part of San Francisco near the northern end ...