San Francisco at The Presidio Travelodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... continue to organize our stuff until the final call for all passengers to assemble on deck 3. It's a 20 minute drill that goes smoothly with the limited passengers on board at this time. We find our 5pm departure is delayed while additional fuel is loaded and, while there's a sail away party at 5 with free wine and snacks, Mom insists that we continue to ready our stateroom until we see the ship moving, then head topside to witness our departure from ...
... Bi-Rite Ice Creamery which is organic and known for cool flavours. It was a nice treat after a day in the heat.
Alison wasn't home yet so we headed off to Target for a few things quickly and also got to facetime with Uncle Steve!
Once we got back to Alison's, we played with Chelsea and had dinner with them.
We've set tomorrow aside to spend the whole day with Alison and Chelsea as she doesn't have to work so we can make the most of the day.
... Had an absolute ball. We rode over the Golden Gate Bridge twice! Headed to the lovely town of Sausilito and had a lovely lunch by the water and then back cruising the bridge and streets of San Fran. We had tickets in our hire costs to catch the ferry back but chose to cycle back and loved it. Headed back to our favourite Japanese restaurant for dinner- Magnificent and took the tram and loved it. Rob got to hang outside this time woohoo.
... She spent her day dancing with her friends. She use to be a dance teacher. Tony came back with two ice-creams. He looked at Mpara with such love in his eyes. It was their 175th date or something. We began talking and Tony told me the story of how they met. Quite a few years ago, Tony was on a weekend trip to San Francisco with only $300 in his wallet. His car broke down and when he went to get help, it was towed away. After finally figuring out ...
... again and we already had tickets booked to visit Alcatraz, the famous prison located out in the bay. Often referred to as 'The Rock', Alcatraz was a notorious federal prison between 1933 and 1963 and held some of America's worst offending criminals including Al Capone.
The cells were tiny, only enough room for a single-bed and a small toilet and sink. No windows either, just some ...