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... about a week but 3 different electronic devices each
One of the coolest things about being prepared was that we even had a chance to go to a party today! The Aethlabs holiday party was scheduled for today at 2pm and originally we thought, yeah right, we can't go! But we did go and stayed for a couple hours. Guess I have to quit my job before every trip we take :)
... headed to the SFO airport and now sadly say goodbye to America.
ITS BEEN AN AMAZING trip to remember. And we were so fortunate to have no hiccoughs along the way.
So now its for reentry to the real world.!I!
AMERICA "THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE"
... I drove into Half Moon Bay (in my role as reasonable Rebecca) so Evan took this opportunity to do some great singing and dancing when Fame came on the radio. The kids didn't even have to pretend to be interested or amused. We had lunch at the Moonside Bakery and Cafe at 1:30. We left shortly after 2 through yet another forest of gum trees. We arrived in San Fran about 3:15 and it was still a sunny 30 degrees (micro-climate my **** Stephanie Arthur). It took a long time to get ...
... in trying to get a taxi home resulted in us walking a couple of miles but it led us unexpectedly to the Palace of Fine Arts which has gardens filled with huge buildings in Greek style and is a popular spot for brides and grooms - we saw a couple of wedding parties who had come there for photographs. Every cloud! That evening we ate Italian, the chef gave us complimentary appetisers which was a treat. And then went to an improvised comedy show which was very funny, ...
... climbed up to Ridgecrest road where we’d hoped to enjoy the signature views looking down on Stinson Beach and Bolinas Lagoon. On this day though we could barely see 50 yards in front of us up on the ridge, where we found ourselves shrouded in a thick fog and buffeted by high winds. Not exactly the conditions we’d hoped, but the conditions we got. 45 minutes later we were pulling into the alley behind our house. ...