One meeting in sunny California bay area; San Francisco. The city itself was nice, breezy, and sunny. I just remember walking 2/3 of the way across in 2 hours up, and down, all the hills, downing a 2L bottle of bottled green tea in 5 minutes, being dehydrated at that point. Then, everything came out over 3 trips to the bathroom. Earlier during the day, I remember running through Chinatown to get to the Pier to avoid missing the Alcatraz ferry. There are so many piers that they are mostly numbered, some are empty, while others contained more than just boats. While there is a drought occurring throughout California, you would never be able to guess from here. Fisherman’s Wharf features many restaurants and good seafood. The Chinatown in this city was too touristy and small, a slight disappointment given the huge Asian population. As expected from the Bay in California, the parks and weather were great, not too hot and not too cold. The Golden Gate bridge take around 60-90 minutes round trip to walk. It is visible from many locations on either side and sometimes the fog covers it periodically, giving it a mystic feel. Visit Lombard Street, the most curvy street in the world where people actually reside. Be careful walking or driving down this street which is composed of many a continuous S-curves down the incline. For certain parts of the city, entire streets are built on a hill so the climb can be steep. The city itself is relatively small but connects to many suburbs via bridges or land. This is one of the most expensive cities in the US, as you will not find many places to stay for under $100 in the city.