Mary's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Alex and Olivia became much closer during the trip, and Elias and I did the same. At home, in many ways, Alex and I live parallel lives, together on the same track, but in our own lanes. We had sometimes wondered that if all of our individual busy-ness went away, would we still enjoy being with each other. We learned on the trip that we do. Before we left on the trip, we joked that by the end of the trip, we were either going to be married for life ...
... the century’s first great world’s fair — a grand exposition that would honour the completion of the Panama Canal. In just two hours, they raised $4 million — and beat out competitors New Orleans and Washington, D.C., to host the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition.Built on 635 acres reclaimed from San Francisco Bay, the exposition featured 11 great exhibit palaces showcasing objects from every corner of the globe, more than 1,500 ...
Yes, the title is cheezy, but you had to see it coming! I missed a couple of days so we thought we would put all the blogs in one.
Today, we decided to take a bus out to the Golden Gate Bridge and walk across it. So we took the bus over to the north side and walked back to SF. The bridge is a famous icon, and like our whole week, the weather was spectacular. We had seen the bridge from the deck of the cruise ship back on the 10th of ...
... were both quiet and slept a lot so no chatter. There was a bit more chatter in Susan's row - not all her. We were in a much better frame of mind than when we left.
The wind must have been blowing in the right direction as we landed pretty much on time to then spend over an hour and a half in the immigration queue. With over 550 passengers it takes a while to be processed into the USA.
Once in we got our shuttle to the ...
... little room of horrors. Tonight we are both sleeping in our sleeping bags and Barney has concocted an earphone beanie combination that will prevent most noises from disturbing him so hopefully we can avoid a repeat of last night. From here we are heading back to nature and we'll be sleeping in our own sheets and on our own little mattress so no bed bugs can find us there. Camping has never looked so good!!! See you in Yosemite. Bec ...