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... holes were. We also realized that we need to be better advocates for our kids' learning. (Better late than never, right?)
I wish we didn't worry about having our kids go on to the next grade. If we didn't, we would have skipped the formal education completely.
What did we miss most?
Alex missed having a guitar. I missed being part of a community and having adult conversation (aside from Alex). Whenever we met other travelers, we ...
... engraving, featured a Roman ruin reflected in a pool. According to Maybeck, this ruin existed not for its own sake but to show “the mortality of grandeur and the vanity of human wishes.” Like other features of the fair, the Palace was intended as ephemeral; at the close of the exposition, it would come down.On opening day, February 20, 1915, 255,149 people walked through the entry gates to experience the first world event of the 20th century. By the ...
... but we all said "Sure!" Well, by the end of it, we were DONE! I calculated it out to about 12 km. We got to a restaurant and all of us almost collapsed. We then gratefully took a bus home. Poor Jack was disappointed because he wanted one last cable car ride, but they have not been working for the last couple of days. Now, for the packing and getting ready for tomorrow.
Another fabulous day in San Francisco. We walked to the Exploratorium ...
... Wednesday was a day of sightseeing on our own ending with a Baseball Game.
Benihana Japanese Restaurant in San Francisco - Our first dinner in San Francisco - a large Japanese meal.
Benihana Restaurant - Like most things in the States this restaurant was huge with so many tables each with it's own Tepanyaki hot plate.
Welcome to the country of warning signs - On the wall at Benihana, the Japanese restaurant.
... are so beautiful, all maintained by volunteers. What an awesome history this place has. We went for a walk along Pier 39, very touristy. Our last full day in San Fran we walked the Golden Gate Bridge, started early in the morning and fog covered the top of the points, on our way back the fog had cleared and we could see San Fran clearly in the back ground. We rode the cable car ...