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... water in there as the piddle puddle Etienne leaves everywhere we park (yeah yeah the water pump's facked, yahurrd). The rocks there are older than dad jokes and tower over the valley like Sauron. We chilled the first couple of days in prep for the Half Dome hike, a crazy 24km round trip with a 4000ft elevation, easily the craziest normal hike either of us had ever attempted (aint sleeping on Cotopaxi though). We rose at 7 to take the ****er on. On the way you pass vernal and ...
... encompassing water front properties, marinas, bird nesting areas and a couple of steep climbs up to the bridge. There is a separate bike and walk partition on the bridge which was pretty crowded and tight with pedestrians and cyclists going in both directions. We were amazed by some cyclists either ringing their bell or calling out that they wanted to pass when there were cyclists coming towards us ...
After our nice lunch we explored the famous Pier 39 with its many stores and restaurants. To say it was touristy is an understatement but it was fun.
It was time to head back to the hotel and pick up our stuff. We made a quick stop at a CVS store to pick up a few things. The walk to the hotel was nice on such a beautiful day.
We had far too many bags to walk to Pier 27, where our ship was docked. The ...
A quick flight from Vegas gets us into Sunny San Francisco, had very little real knowledge of what to expect from the City and after LA and Vegas I was no more certain.
Public transport into the city centre was easy and cheap, however, our accommodation was set in an undesirable part of town. The block we were on and the surrounding blocks were teeming with homeless people of whom mostly seemed to be ...
... found the correct stop going in the correct direction and stood with a large number of other passengers. We were all feeling annoyed and I could hear many venting a lot of frustration as we waited for a trolley. When the trolley buses finally did come along, they were full and just sped straight past us all! Ray and I decided we needed a Plan D, but as we were about to launch in yet another direction to find a way back to Oakland, an almost empty trolley bus stopped for ...