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... br> After the sign we wandered back to the strip with a detour to show Todd the Luxor and Excalibur. I had totally forgotten that we had planned on visiting Madame Tussaud's in Vegas rather than Hollywood this trip. So we ventured to see some wax figures. I think the realistic nature of them freaked Todd out a but as he wasn't to keen or comfortable getting close for a photo for the first few rooms. I'll admit this annoyed me a ...
... spaces, so Paul has located a park just down the road. We can't blame the navman for directions, but after Paul insisting the park is just down the road and only 5 minutes away, 20 minutes later we arrive and the boys have grass to run on and plenty of space. Paul ventures off to find a bike so he can go off for a long awaited bike ride and Gretchen and the boys make the return trek to our hotel for a well deserved rest. Paul completes a quick 40K lap around San ...
... chess, checkers and having lunch... and looking for a new cap for John. We will keep searching. What he did find was a set of reading glasses today, after breaking 2 since the beginning of the trip.
We now know how to take the Muni tram. The name Muni comes from SF municipal transport. We especially like the tram lines that combine above ground (when at street level) and underground ...
... to pick up some Mexican food for dinner, O’Malley’s was huge and he ate hardly any of his chicken so I helped him out after munching down two Tacos myself already. We then headed back to the car and got free parking for eating at the Mexican place which saved us $16.
We then headed to Lombard St in the dark to drive it. O’Malley went first down the windy road and then we drove round to the top and I drove it for fun. Next we went to Union square via ...
... headed along market street to cafe Zuni for dinner. Full of local produce and again absolutely gorgeous food. Despite not having a reservation they managed to find us a small table in the corner. Cute babies do help at times - as it should have been and hour and half wait for a table! After dinner we headed along the waterfront to see the Bay City Lights on the bridge (worlds largest led installation) before returning to our hotel for the last ...
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