Inn on Randolph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Monday 11th August, Day 12: On the coach at 9am, sunny as we leave the Hyatt in San Francisco, but cloudy by the time we get to the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge building was commenced in 1933 and took 4 years to build at a cost of $35m and interest cost of $39m which was totally paid for by 1971 from ...
... Once back in San Fran we made it our mission to find and drive down Lombard Street (steep street with 5 hairpin curves). We found it and did the trip down twice. Once with the top down so I could record a video of it. That street's not too bad but there are other streets in the area that are so steep I almost lost my lunch going downhill. Tomorrow we are going to ride a cable car, go to a cool flea market and overnight in the surf town of Half Moon Bay. Miss you ...
... to put on the garden. He spends a lot of time marauding the chickens because they're so funny and I call him chicken boy. We catch them and make them do the gyro chicken head thing! I spend a lot of time playing with baby bunnies because they're so adorable, they eat grass out of my hand :)
New Year we invited Zach over and had a homemade burger and chips dinner followed by champagne in the hot tub. It was such a funny ...
... as I mentioned earlier, Wayne and Arlene treated us to dinner at Ichi Riki, a favorite of both my parents. No photos, just a delicious Japanese dinner of sushi, chicken teriyaki, and tempura bento box for me!
Saturday morning came early as we filled up the car with gas at $3.79/gallon, about the cheapest around here. Then, we headed to Napa to see our niece, Staci, and my sister-in-law’s son-in-law, Vincent, aka ...
... some time been unenthusiastic about the idea of a long haul trans-Pacific flight – so have we – but this all vanished instantly when we stepped aboard and found our seats. It turns out that all that is necessary to remove any residual unwillingness to travel around the world is a pillow, a blanket, a pair of slippers, and a TV in the seatback in front of you. "This is the best flight ever!" they exclaimed, and so we departed. We pushed back from ...