Super 8 San Francisco/Near The Marina
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... conservation of sea birds and we talked a lot about the work she is doing and how she is originally from Chichester. You would have enjoyed talking to her Becca T!
So that brings me back in a circle to checking out, driving to the airport to drop off the car (seeing somewhere called Cow Palace on the way. HA! Cow Palace indeed) and finding myself, like a pack mule, in a Starbucks in central San Francisco. Now I just need to find my next ...
Today I'm leaving SF. Excited to continue my trip but quite sad to leave. I'm typing this waiting in line for the car rental and since the line is insanely long it will probably be a slightly longer update than my previous ones. No idea when I will be able to actually post this. Defo not here in line, all the possible wifi's have been scanned :P Let's see, my last update was about the hike on Saturday, so it's Sundays' turn! Sunday ...
... we stumbled upon the famous Castro Theatre and they were showing singalong a Wizard of Oz. Could it be more camp?! The Castro Theatre is a real show-stopper of a building. Built in 1922, it is straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster with ornate ceilings and walls, a grand balcony and a working Wurlitzer which plays the San Francisco song before each performance. It was a hilarious performance. The audience were given a fun pack on entering the theatre, consisting of ...
... on the prisoners, guards, wardens (over the years) and very interesting.
Jayde and I left William on Alcatraz (no only for him to watch the 15min film, on history of Alcatraz, even when the Indian had taken over as a reservation) and headed back to mainland, (Jayde not interested in film). Jayde and I caught up with some friends from Victoria, whilst waiting for William who arrived on next ferry. We all meandered down from Pier 44 stopping to have a drink at ...
... sometimes sold for profit. The government has yet to distribute the calamity funds to the typhoon victims. I further learned that those who may have already received aid from non-governmental organisations may not be eligible to receive aid from the government. Even worse, if you didn’t support the current ruling party, you may not be eligible to get relief support from the government.
On the surface, it is down right sickening to learn about ...