A Neon Rose
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... Tonight I managed to stay awake to go out for dinner. We went to Swiss Louis on Pier 39. Steve had the San Francisco signature dish Crab Louis which is an iceberg lettuce salad topped with shredded Dungeness crab and seafood dressing. I had a caprese salad and Dungeness crab cakes. Very light and fresh compared to all the fried food on offer. I also had a San Francisco Sea Breeze, a mixture of vodka, cranberry and pineapple juice. Stopping to see the sea lions again ...
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... ice cream we decided to get the tickets for our show The Blue Men recommended by Hayley. They were playing at the Montecarlo. As we purchased our low end tickets for $75pp we were approached by a nice guy who offered an upgrade for all of us if one of us agreed to be involved in some market research on the show and they also offered a $75 rebate ...
In my tie dye with the Dead channel playing I headed North through San Francisco. My GPS did not want me to go through the city, but I wanted to go over the Golden Gate Bridge so down Van Ness and Lombard taking up a lane and a half!
Found a nice campground in Olema that was on the edge of the park. Nice spot and had an entire area to myself. Wifi was good and ...
... Katie. They got dropped off at the wrong gate, so Katie ended up walking anyway.
The flight was smooth but I was one row behind the other 3. Row 11 in a 757 has no window for some reason. I didn't see a thing the entire flight. This was not a problem until we ran into some strange and exceptional turbulence. Then the engines downshifted incredibly. I thought we were 5000 feet up in the air but in fact we had just landed.
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