The Willows Bed and Breakfast Inn
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Today we woke up and got some breakfast at a place called iHop, they serve pancakes, crepes, waffles and other various meals.
I had a serve of Strawberry, Banana French Toast it was beautiful, they have unlimited coffee for $3.99 aswell how cheap and its nice coffee.
We then walked along Fisherman Wharf around the pier to Pier 33 so we could catch the ferry to Alcatraz, it took 10 minutes along the water to arrive at Alcatraz, the weather was nice a ...
... in Clear Lake was very beautiful. Rolling green hills with forests were everywhere. We arrived after traveling 17 miles of mountainous curves around 6 PM. We had already been on the road for six hours!
The resort is situated on Clear Lake, two and a half hours north of San Francisco. It is a Spanish Mission-style design. There was a pool, kiddie pool, a large hot tub and a dock/pier which you can walk out on the lake on.
... Grill in Hillsdale. Now here we are at the San Francisco Int'l Airport, waiting for our 12:05am departure to Singapore. We are excited and starting to meet others here who are going on the same Road Scholar trip. Adventure awaits! So... the next post will be coming to you from Asia. Please note that we have been warned that internet service may be spotty and/or non-existent. We will write and post when we ...
... played with her dolls after dinner while Alyssa rolled around on the mat, then the kids went to bed and I showed Chris and Aya my photos.
I slept very well and had a shower and breakfast, then Chris took Sakura to school and dropped me at the station in Mountain View to get the train back to SF. I walked a few blocks to a big outdoor store REI then went to Macy's to pick up the Clinique and had a yummy and healthy asian lunch in the foodcourt.
... fresh bread, meats, cilantro, and other things I was not sure of on them (including head cheese which I didn't know until I finished eating). Seriously delish.
We ventured to Haight/Ashbury as we had not yet been in that neighborhood and of course it is famous on many levels. The hippie vibe is still very much alive and well, and in your face. We chuckled a lot as we walked and we went into some fascinating stores. One in particular was a taxidermy ...