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... the street. I was so used to being on the go-go-go. So relaxing to go on a slower pace.
We walked down the street for a bit and decided to get lunch. So happy to get French fries. I kept on telling Sara how much I was so happy to get American food. Then, I went off how unhealthy I was in Beijing with the grease and carbs.
Right after lunch, we visited Stanford University! I always ...
... and even the displays full of memorabilia and now the Championship Trophy was impressive. AT&T Park has been named one of the most sustainable ballparks (better known as being ...
... n, Spain
7. Vienna, Austria
9. Siena, Italy (we drove through; does that count?)
10. Québec City
11.= Cape Town, South Africa
11.= Bruges, Belgium
13. Vancouver, Canada
14. Kyoto, Japan
15.= Prague, Czech Republic
15.= Kraków, Poland
17.= Victoria, Canada
17.= Santa Fe, New Mexico, United ...
After fog cleared and it warmed up a bit, i mostly walked in the sun - guided a UK friend of Lesley's towards the city and then went home to do some artwork .... Some good ideas coming through ... esp with mis-fired blanks from the Polaroid. Photos below are from my two walks in the daytime. The evening spent at Lost Weekend ...
... the Quake was 10 times more powerful than Hiroshima and the fire wiped out 7 times the area of the Great Fire of London. We got back on the Cable Car and went through Union Square to Market Street. From there we got a bus to the Ferry Building and another to Fisherman's wharf. We strolled down Pier 39 and I bought a silver Cable Car charm for my charm bracelet. We walked down Fisherman's Wharf to Ghiradelli Square where we had huge Chocolate Fudge Sundaes, which none o us ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking