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We've each put together some final thoughts on our trip:
Neil and I were looking for different things on this 5 week trip to Costa Rica.
As we wrap up I'm pleasantly surprised by some of the things I've realized. When we moved to San Francisco, we chose that area because I felt like I missed out on never living in a big city. Now I know that I really do like being off the beaten path, with the option of having a city or ...
... as this is one of my favourite breads I couldn't resist it. We had ham and salad panini and turkey, brie and cranberry baguette. Beautiful!!
Palace of Fine Arts
What an unexpected thing to find in the middle of the city? The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there. ...
... pretty houses that you would have seen on TV. It was more of a trek then we had anticipated with yet more hills. Jane wasn't too happy with me when we got there because she had expected more. The only saving grace was that it was downhill to the bike hire shop.
We finished the evening playing some rubbish card game that the Yanks play at college and then we called my Mum on Skype to wish her happy birthday, being as it was the morning of then 10th Sep back in ...
So we left Rowdy in Denver and embarked upon a 33-hour train journey to Emeryville, which is a City/Borough just outside of San Francisco. We had a sleeper carriage for this journey and it was absolutely worth it. We stepped onto our train and were greeted by Courtney who was the personal attendant for our carriage. He would keep us updated on journey progress, make sure we had everything we needed and restocked the free orange juice and coffee that was ...
Up at 6 am we had breakfast, packed up and set off to join the California 1 highway. This was an amazing if not slightly butt-clenching drive along the pacific coast. It was a little bit gloomy but we still got some amazing views.
At Stinson Beach we parked up and went to dip our toes for the first time in the Pacific Ocean (sharks and tsunamis notwithstanding!) After working up an appetite we went to the Parkside Cafe and had a monster breakfast at the counter. Erin ...