Travelodge San Francisco - Fishermans Wharf
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... a bit surprised with what we saw! These were proper dim sum cafés...no English menu, no English spoken, just point at what you want, and pray that its tasty! We ended up with 4 or 5 steamed prawn and shrimp & chive dumplings and a fried pork dumpling. It was tasty and a steal at only $3.50, but that made us question what was in them! Onto the next place and it was the same deal: a steamed pork bun and a BBQ pork bun, and more prawn dumplings. Kate was a little ...
... to explain to amazingness of what I saw today, I wish I could just email you all my brain! I'm so lucky to have seen what I saw. So many times I had to pinch myself just to make sure it was real. I have only ever been overwhelmed with happiness three times in my life, today makes four. I am having the most amazing time, missing you all heaps but this is just... I don't even know what word to write there... I'm actually lost for words to describe how ...
... their names into cement. Trying to get a glimpse of any such names was futile, for such destinations spark frenzy in even the most normal folk. Upstanding citizens soon turn to madness and push other folk away in order to glimpse the sacred stones. I had no time for such nonsense and decided to forsake such folly In search of the sign.
We walked further up Hollywood boulevard before arriving at a small shopping plaza. Through the doorway I finally glimpsed the ...
... barrel and no 2 barrels are the same. Accompanied by some exceptional fermented curd (cheese) was a wonderful way to settle in to an enjoyable evening. Certainly a great icebreaker. Tried some Carignane - red wine that had not tried before. Usually only used in blended wines, and somewhat unfashionable, it was very easy to drink -a little like a merlot. Also had a very nice pinot noir and pinot grigio.
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... smile on my face and a 1.5 litre bottle of C******nay that cost $6/£3.60. I had opened it by heading back into the store and using a corkscrew from the shelves. Jane was too embarrassed to drink straight from a double sized bottle of plonk so we decanted it into an empty Sprite bottle.
The ferry trip was pleasant, passing Alcatraz across the bay. We were in a rush to get back to the hostel as we wanted join in with the evening's outing. We made ...