The Brick Path Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... refugees from Aleppo.
Waking up about five months into the trip and realizing that being rootless had lost all it's discomfort. Moving to a different city or country every week or two was the new normal. Sure, there were things about home that we missed - Olivia more than the rest of us - but living in one place was not one of them.
Watching the kids grow into it. Our first morning in Bali, Olivia was in a state of near total panic. A month ...
... So I came up to the 5th floor to freshen up. I found out that, however, water pressure was too weak that I barely washed. Apart from the facilities in the hostel. There is a sports bar right in front of it where people are so loud (like crazy) that I couldn't concentrate on anything .... considering the price, it's worth it :)
At last, Supper Dupper where I got Cheese bacon hamburger is so nice... :)
... oyster ever - check
enjoy eating that oyster - check :|
eat one more - check
Just to clarify, we went for an 8 mile hike to Point Reyes, followed by food in an oyster farm thingy in Tomales and then beer tasting in a brewery in Mill Valley - perfect ...
... happening around us and heard a guy in the room say "welcome to California". For some reason I went back to sleep and didn't think anything of it until the BBC news app confirmed my initial thoughts on Sunday morning when I spotted a story about a fairly high profile earthquake in the area (registering over six on the Richter scale). As it turned out, I was one of only two people in our room who noticed, though I can't confirm how much this had to do with the alcohol that Junior ...
... Sam even made $5 out off it, which he obviously had to pitch back into the hat (after another 10 minutes of the sword swallower milking the crowd for more cash).
We headed over to the USS Pampanito, a restored WW2 submarine moored on pier 45. Dropping down into the belly of the ship it's hard to beleive that 80 men were crammed into the ship and hard to imagine what it was like deep down under attack from above.
We hopped back on ...