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I love San Francisco - have been going since I was a child. I'm sorry the govt there is so liberal - because the quality of experience for the visitor is worse with a lot of bums hanging around. Still - with the wharf, cable car museum, beautiful architecture, great park, Exploratorium, Alcatraz Island, and Ghirardelli Chocolate and Lombard St., there is still a lot of fun things to see.
It looks not that big from the outside, but when you go inside its very big. The main theater is unbelievably large. With other smaller theater areas in it too. A place you must go and see when you are in Sydney
This was a life-long dream... and it exceeded every expectation! We flew in from Homer with a small group of 5, landed on the beach, and hiked the coastline and meadows. We saw a half dozen bears or more - males, females, cubs - all within a few yards. Amazing experience and worth every penny!
This was the number one thing I wanted to do whilst I was visiting New Zealand. Sadly because it was there winter, the access road was closed, I didn't have time to stay and wait. One day I will return!
Back-country Huts - Huts are provided for trampers (hikers) at a number of remote locations. Advance booking of these is essential to ensure that your stay will not conflict with others. Otherwise you will find yourself sleeping on the floor, or worse, needing to camp outside. All huts offer basic accommodation such as a fire place, a roof and a place to sleep. Visitors are expected to provide their own bedding, food and entertainment.
Leave early!!! Stop often! The stops are what make it, so beautiful! Be sure you don't have a big rental car like a expedition! The road is narrow, hairpin turns where you can't see if another vehicle is coming and narrow one lane bridges! If I ever get the chance to go on it again, I'll rent an open jeep! It's an experience I'll never forget! :)
Know that the Road to Hana is an all-day adventure. The entire day took us over 12 hours. We did stop for a hike at the Seven Sacred Pools, which took a couple of hours, but the day would have still been 10+ hours without the hike.