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... was the painted ladies. As we walked to Alamo park the houses around it were interesting and quite picturesque. So it was a disappointment to see that some of the painted ladies were under renovations, scaffolding up and ruining your shot. The Alamo park is where they shot the opening scene of the Full House theme song - the picnic place.
We grab a coffee and juice at the Alamo Cafe to refuel before walking to the golden gate park. This park was ...
... moment (over 6 miles), before returning the car at the airport. The great transit system (known as the BART) got us to within a mile of the hotel and an ancient (James Taylor soundalike) taxi driver got us the rest of the way. Total travel time for about 240 miles - 11 hours.
A meal & a bottle later and off to bed....happy Monday all you Brits.
Since we had planned this hotel night, I had been incredibly excited to take the kids over to the Salt Lake City children's museum, Discovery Gateway, located walking distance away. I knew that the museum opened at 10am, but we had left very early in order to give T the space, and so we got there with about 40 minutes to kill. We had fun riding the escalators up and down in the outdoor mall which contained Discovery Gateway, and then ...
... printed", questioned what are you doing in US (convention) and when are you leaving. We just got here! Received first stamp on our pristine passport! After what seemed an eternity, we were free to collect baggage. Then another lineup at another customs desk to hand in a form we had completed on the plane, another couple of the same questions, dropped off bags for transfer, then a walk to another terminal for the San Francisco flight. Monday was Memorial ...
... twist and sound really loud (that’s my technical term). Kelly would have really like seeing all these cars and I tried to take some video and photos to show him. After some really overpriced ice cream at Ben and Jerry's we headed home.
Will and I snuck out for a quick beer at a pub right along the waterfront. As we drank our drinks and talked about the highs and lows of our trip we enjoyed the ocean view and watching the sun set and slowly watching ...
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