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... agents. Apparently President Obama was arriving this evening and they were preparing for his arrival. As you might guess, we were tired from all this walking and enjoyed a little nap once back at the inn! We had a reservation for an early dinner at Franscati in the Russian Hill district. We took a cab to the restaurant where we enjoyed delicious food and an even more delicious bottle of white wine. After dinner we ...
... trip. The views of the city, the sunset, and just the scale of where we were were fantastic. I think we both had to pinch ourselves a little. It was then back in to town for dinner, and we headed into the Mission area to get burritos and tacos at La Taqueria, a place recommended by Archie, who I used to work with at Orange, and who himself lived in San Fran for a year whilst at uni. There was a big queue, and I could see why after. Some of the best ...
... were in their early 20s. They had great names, Felix and Moritz or Mo for short. They told me they had been on a really long hike (I forget where) and had stored the majority of their stuff in a bear box at the beginning of this trail. They enjoyed the hike but somebody had nicked all of their gear by the time they got back. Now I guess this isn’t particularly funny, however, they had been carrying a coffee maker with them which also ...
... asked a lady at the theatre for dining suggestions and she suggested Sam's diner on the next block and it was quite good.
The show was great with some powerful voices and basically was about berry Gordy and how he started Motown. The lady playing Diana Ross actually sounded like her. Afterwards we decided to walk home along the outskirts of Tenderloins and got home without incident. Our hotel is actually on the outskirts of Tenderloins which makes it a bit better.
Stepping inside the "cabin" was like going into a contemporary mansion. The entire color scheme was black and white. All the walls were white, and the furniture matched everything. Photos of Audrey Hepburn lined the walls and smooth, black plastic chairs were strategically placed in multiple areas just for the aesthetic affect. The house was three stories tall and had not one or two but five bedrooms. Five.
It was ...