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... lot of police cars…
And we were excited the weather looked a little bit better, until we came to the parking lot by the golden gate bridge… we saw one bridge tower… but then we are islanders, so we took the umbrellas and walked onto the bridge and when we were on it, the rain stopped, we got a nice view on Alcatraz and the San Francisco bay, we saw the whole bridge and could take ...
I was having a conversation with my dad recently and I mentioned to them that it would be nice if I could be the passenger during at least one point of this trip just to sit back and take it all in rather than focusing on turns and exits. I got just that when stopping in Moss Landing for lunch and a farm stand experience. I went back to the truck to be on my way again and it wouldn't start again. Here's to that oil change I spaced. I called AAA and they set me up with a ride ...
... to explore the outside of the buildings and they were very interesting. I am pleased that that we have been here and I am sure Jackie enjoyed the experience also.
After the exploration period we were transported back to our bus and we continued our trip to our nights accomodation at Monterey.
We had avery simple lunch at a place called Ragged Point. This was a very small tourist area and we soon were on our way. We had a ...
... and so was a great place to just stroll around. Sunday was another chance to bronze ourselves and then after a nice meal at the end of the pier the sporting humiliation of Alex took place! First key thrashed me at mini golf and then we moved on to air hockey, where not once but twice I was humbled! I managed to save a bit of face by winning three games of pool and then lost two games of Malice and Spite to round off the evening!! Tomorrow on to ...
... Palo Alto and Cupertino, all part of what is known as Silicon Valley and home to tech firms Apple and HP and Stanford University. Brian pointed out Stanford's mile-long particle accelerator as it passed under the highway. Our first stop in SF was Lombard Street, with it's zigzag road and straight steps going from top to bottom. We were able to find a parking space head-in to the curb and Brian took an interesting picture of ...
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