Pillar Point Inn
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... was so happy to get her feet wet and let the waves wash up on her legs. It was so fun to see her having such a good time and it wasn't long before she had one of us on each side of her lifting her up when a big wave came. We all got pretty wet from a few huge waves that we didn't see coming so it was a good job the sun was so hot to dry us off.
There were also about 6 dolphins so close to the beach that ...
... out at each intersection, and if no one is coming you can roll through. The lights on the other hand were a little more interesting. Since there were cars in front of us, we would have to stop on the steep hill and hold the bike with the front brake. Of course when the light changed, it was the clutch thing on a steep hill. Fortunately the Goldwing has great brakes, and lots of power to climb the hills.
Of course, what ...
... should have been resolved by the Passenger Service desk in a few minute! A lesson to be learned I think.
And when I arrived there were my dear friends Jack & Betsy on the dock to meet me. Since I arrived we have chilled out with family, friends, on on the golf course, eaten out and generally enjoyed ourselves. Nice. I now feel very relaxed again.
On Saturday we go to Belinda's house, ready for a big family BBQ on Sunday and then home on Monday. ...
... hotel is just not in the best area of town. We witnessed deals going down, both for drugs and the spice of life. Ladies of the night paying off their pimps, and saw first hand the tactical response of the SF police. Approximately twenty police officers in six police cars respond and pat down two men - talk about overkill. We were confronted with extreme poverty of the homeless people cueing for access to a meal and perhaps a bed ...
Travel is an acquired skill
As I sit here in the SFO Airport at 5:00 a.m., I can't help but watch the seasoned travelers, business and pleasure, who know where to sit to position themselves for an electrical outlet for their iGadget of choice, who have a hard case carry on they know meets height/width/depth ...