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... s tram, but we had a nice seat along the wharf while we waited for them to get back down. Stacey and Matthew headed back to the room while everyone else waited. Eventually our heroic grandparents returned, bounding down the hill upon the tram. The whole group re-boarded the ferry and we rode back to the mainland. We walked back down the wharf and decided on Boudin for lunch. This was a famous bakery dating back to the 1850s and the original home of San Fransisco sourdough ...
... was built and hopefully it recovers its former glory soon. We didn't stay in Christchurch long, in fact we didn't spend much time in any of the cities and towns of New Zealand. They were a little too familiar to be interesting, while some were frankly quite dull. We did enjoy Queenstown for a few days, but that may have been more due to the Winter Festival that was taking place than the town itself, which is built on a foundation of tourism. Wellington was probably our favourite ...
... some last minute things and still ended up spending too much money. She got the exact same watch that I got myself for the trip. Twins.
It's so close to midnight and we leave for the airport at around 9am. Aghhh! I'm trying so hard not to feel anxious about the whole thing, but that's just not me. I keep worrying about missing the flight and that this whole thing is going to ...
Wandered around China Town
... exhibition, near union square, it was Pattie Boyd’s photos of George Harrison and Eric Clapton. It was fun to see photos of Hurtwood Edge and the rockstars walking around my old garden. We took a bus to Marina near by the Golden Gate Bridge. Such a nice walk away from the city with clears blue skies through Presido. We walked along the beach to the bridge. Walking over the Bridge took a long time but the views ...