The Continental Inn
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Rested & restored we hit the Cable Cars early, enjoying the sights of Lombard St the crookedest street in the word, with eight sharp turns on a 40-degree slope. The pretty Zig Zag St is edged with flowers and shrubs and offers nice views of the bay. Then it was back down to Fisherman's wharf for another stroll embracing the manic conundrum of the loud ...
... pushing so ******* his toes to propel the pram. After a few rounds of singing "climb every mountain, swim every stream, follow every rainbow until you find your dream", we finally arrive exhausted at Union Square and the shopping area. Emma pops to Macy's for a few bits for the children, then manages to replace her cardigan that was lost at the beginning of the USA trip.
Great shopping area with loads of good shops and the sun is out this afternoon. It's really busy and ...
... on the street there. That's for sure. And way. Off home and to bed. But before heading of to sleep I managed to get a reply to one of my Los Angeles CouchSurfing requests. I was of to LA with Thai Nguyen for the Rideshare, and have a place to stay when I get there with Clayton Cohn. I'm currently waiting in Starbucks now at Larkspur Landing, waiting for Thai to come. Eager to get on the road ! Off to another location. Woohoo! Let the adventure continue. ...
... not as versatile as a barbeque but much more entertaining. I&A loved it, from the lighting and stoking of the fire, to the pizza-prep and cooking - which takes about 90 seconds - it's fantastically hot in there! Once the excitement's over, a stew can go in to cook until morning. Not merely a wonderful indulgence, the oven brought back all sorts of memories of Tanzania, where a constant supply of timber ...
... landscape seemed non-specifically familiar.....like being in the Derby Dales by the West Coast of Scotland in Cornwall. Not a bad combination. What with the avenues of monumental trees to stabilise the road, the Fresians and Highland Coos (no sheep), the aged wooden farmhouses and barns. It was almost enough to cause a bit of home-sickness .....almost, but not quite.......is the grey cloud that parked itself over England in ...