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... out at night... didn't really help that my hostel was on a dodgy neighborhood, people shooting up heroin right in front of the hostel.
Anyway, after exploring the next day, San Francisco really surprised me, there are so many lovely and enchanting neighborhoods in the city, that I could see where the attraction came from.
... had people standing on the rails in front of us and holding on for grim life. The driver told them to put their backpacks on their chest and you could see why as we moved off. Going along the track we passed parked cars and a trolley coming the other way and you could reach out and touch it. The trolley really moves and you are taking your life into your own hands hanging off the side of it.
We got on a hop on hop off bus ...
... hour of the moment we were addle-brained with how to enter a + into the iOS dialer. In the end, we created a contact where you have the full keyboard and can type a plus sign. Later research taught me that a long press on the zero of the dialer keypad will enter a plus. That is just not something I normally need to do.
The Grand Palace rose to the occasion and got us an early breakfast and a taxi to the airport, €10. Other than ticket ...
... for an hour and the burning began. At least now it was time to check in so we headed for some shade! Tomorrow we will be lathered in factor 50. Tiredness was setting in, so we got ourselves freshened up and went for dinner and a walk along market street. It's a main shopping street which runs through the centre of the city and only a 5 minute walk from the hostel which is ideal. Our first impressions are good and we can't wait to explore properly tomorrow. Let's hope the jet lag stays at ...
... and salt water). We got to touch a stingray and my favourite, view some very hyper otters. This display was fascinating, as these little guys were never still as they leapt into the water for a dip, then ran over and under rocks, apparently they are known to be quite hyperactive!
After that we headed to the Pier which offered everything from great shops (selling anything from fresh fruit to yummy chocolate) as well as live entertainment and ...