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... back to the cars, we were hungry and went to the nearby downtown area to grab some excellent Mexican food and hit Whole Foods for wine and snacks. Then, we headed back to the cabin and Marimar and Rose (Jonathan's roommates) met us there to spend the night as well. For the rest of the evening, we played board games, laughed and chatted until the wine and food made us sleepy. We then separated to the different bedrooms and drifted to sleep.
Today was the day the MUNI bus drivers decided to strike ...YAY! I dunno how I always manage to cop this sort of stuff but I'm over it. Out of over 600 buses, only about 150 were running, so as they were already full by the time they got to my stop, they weren't picking up. The number of people waiting just continued to grow.
There was another girl there I could see was getting quite stressed about the ...
... for a rest room I stood in line at Subway. He eventually found a toilet at McDonalds & after 15 minutes at Subway I finally got a footlong. We raced towards the wharf only to discover that maps had loaded pier 45 instead of pier 33, so we sprinted to the correct pier. Got there just in time & scoffed down the footlong as we boarded. Alcatraz was amazing. I was expecting that we would have a tour guide, but as usual it was an audio tour ...
... offers a free 45 minute audio tour which guides you around the facility while giving historical information and interviews with people who worked or were incarcerated here. This allowed us to move at our own pace and explore as we wished while still getting a guided tour - perfect!
I had no idea that the prison, once decommissioned, had also played a role in Native American rights, with an ...
We wanted to meet up at about 10am and enjoy a full day in San Fran. We got to the guys hotel where Thommo and PM were waiting ready to go, a bit after 10am after we walked there from our hostel. The 4 of us jumped on the bus and headed back to the wharf to hire some bikes and ride across the famous Golden Gate Bridge, chips was doing his own thing for the day. We got to the wharf and went straight to a bike hire place, the nice girl sent us across the road to another place that ...