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 ...
... an hour for our shuttle pick-up. It was pre-paid in NZ. As one of the assistants at the airport said, there's no point booking in advance as there are so many shuttles - except the one we had paid to catch - that it's just a matter of catching one on the day. Our driver couldn't lift the 50 pound bags. SF almost immediately struck us as profoundly different to New York. It is more open, with a lot less high rise, and is a lot quieter. Auckland would be busier on ...
... 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 ...
... House of Nanking which everyone tells us we have to try and get in relatively quickly (well for this place anyway). For the princely sum of $39-95, we have a pretty impressive Chinese meal and a bottle of wine. The service is exactly as described- quick but not overly friendly!
After a very long day we manage to find a bus stop that will get us back to the accommodation. As an added bonus, we get the most entertaining bus driver; for ...
... bright warm sunshine we could see the fog cascading over the hills to the side like a waterfall. We entered San Francisco in a familiar blanket of fog, cloud and drizzle!
We drove through San Francisco which included navigating Divisadero Street and attempting to stop the car rolling backwards on the hills. Good hill start practice if you ever need it. We got to the quirky Queen Anne Hotel in good time to ...