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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Sunday 20th August 2006 - San Francisco

Had brunch this morning with James Sheridan - a Canberra based PhD student from CNMA, ANU - who's been in the bay area for the Apple Developers Conference.
building view
After brunch, headed up through China Town. I love this area of San Fran, particularly at night...
china town view
Wandered through the city, taking it all in and wondering when I'll be back here next.
bush street bridge
bush street alley
Took some video of the city traffic off the tunnel bridge near Stockton and Bush streets, then headed back to the hotel to pickup my bag and grab the airport shuttle (taking my bag downstairs via the old-school graffitied lift).
hotel des arts lift
Arrived at the airport with many hours to spare.
san francisco airport
There's hardly anyone here, it's not frantic and security seems pretty normal. Apart from no makeup being allowed on the plane and security alert warnings levels up to "orange", nothing much seems to have changed since arriving.
san francisco airport roads

Now I'm waiting for my flight to LA, then a few more hours wait before boarding the flight back to Sydney.

My trip is pretty much over...

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