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San Francisco Night Life Lively, Not Early Enough
Posted Monday, April 17 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When I first learned that we were coming to visit San Francisco -- which was a full two days after weíd already arrived here -- I was excited. Thereís so much history, heritage, events, attractions and other things to see, but the thing that excited me most was the nightlife. Sadly, itís let me down; itís much too late.

Heading for the Hills Goes Poorly, Nay, Worse
Posted Sunday, April 16 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Oh man, I know I said my veal was burning already, but itís even worse than I thought. I made a break for it today, and when I say ďitĒ, I mean freedom in the truest, most Braveheart sense of the phrase, but it was so much less and worse than I bargained for. Iím not sure Iíll even be able to explain it properly in a single articleÖ Good thing this is our third such piece on the matter.

Ding, Ding, Ding Went the Trolley
Posted Saturday, April 15 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
San Francisco is rich in cultural heritage and history, at least inasmuch as it may be accredited to a city with less than three hundred years history. Iíve seen places in China with 6,000 years of history, but donít take that as any discredit, the ding-ding-dinging trolley cars of San Francisco represent something more than an ancient and forgotten (or best forgotten) history, and therefore, when the trollies go ding-ding-ding, so goes us tourists.

Golden Gate Bridge Much too Large
Posted Friday, April 14 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
The biggest icon (by height, weight, length and cinematic popularity alike) is the Golden Gate bridge, and Iíve seen it, touched it, even smacked it with an open palm to test its metal, but I have to say Iím not impressed. Itís big, sure, but I have to beg the powers that be (and were a hundred years ago), isnít it perhaps a bit too big?

Eddie Bauer Explorer Makes Ride Sleepily Smooth
Posted Thursday, April 13 @ 20:00:00 PDT by Brendan
We love our age-old and (un)duly weathered Ford as much as we love anything else in our lives, but when it came time to take our trip to San Francisco, we sagely opted to take out a much newer, much sweeter version of our Ford as much for review purposes as it was for our own comfort, convenience and overall peace of, um, woah, sleepy, hang on, zzzz.

Parental Packing Pattern Seems Suspiciously Vacationy
Posted Wednesday, April 12 @ 22:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Throughout this week Iíve noticed a strange trend among the parental folk, and Iím not the only one to take notice of it. There have been unusual purchases and unusual packing of odd ended thises and thats. If I didnít know better, which Iím proud to say I do, Iíd think we were hovering on the eve of yet another vacation.

Tourism Reviews in Pre-Review
Posted Tuesday, April 11 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
In recent times you may have noticed an unprecedented prevalence of vacation review articles, and if you have, you may not be as crazy as you think. Weíve indeed been running reviews of series of reviews with exceptionally high frequency. Itís not that weíre out of material or anything, quite the contrary, weíre about to head out on our latest trip and we feel itís more important than ever to bring these bits of kibble to light.


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