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Best of all, you might run into Lilou the Therapy Pig.(On the down side, you can’t keep your own pet, it’s tough to have friends over, and dating might be problematic, but that’s life in the big airport.) If the only thing stopping a person from living at the airport is not having a place to sleep and shower, it turns out that one of the lesser-known spots at SFO is Freshen Up, a storefront operation in a quiet corner of the International Terminal that offers computer access, every travel-size bath product invented, disposable undergarments and, conveniently, nap rooms and shower rooms.
It’s not a place where most people want to spend more time than is absolutely necessary.
According to legend, the holiday commemorates the first Nelson settlers who became so close to starvation they were forced to dig up and eat the seed potatoes they had just planted.
As part of the celebrations all shops and businesses closed.
Stand in line, have your documents evaluated, walk around, repeat.
Even fewer people would consider living there, even though most of them are already packed for it. San Francisco International, like most big metro airports, has many of the same features as a city neighborhood — restaurants, shopping, museums, cranky neighbors, rail transportation and public art (and the renovated Terminal 3 is only slightly more gentrified than Valencia Street in the Mission District).People would also mark the occasion by playing special sports matches, walking the Dun Mountain trail and of course, planting spuds.