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... some lounge chairs and an umbrella and we spent most of the day there. The hotel is an absolutely gorgeous wooden Victorian building and is on the National Historic Landmark list. We headed back to our hotel in the late afternoon as we didn’t want to get stuck with bad traffic later. After dinner we walked over to the Seaport/ Embarcadero area to watch the fireworks which were pretty awesome!
We had gorgeous weather up until this point but ...
Today we packed our bags and drove on the road to Legoland California to have some fun. But before we got there we stopped and got some Starbucks and cupcakes. When we arrived we got our tickets to go to the park, after having a look around the lobby on the first floor and seeing all the lego statues and pieces everywhere. When we first went in it was really busy but throughout the afternoon it calmed down so we had a better chance to do some ...
... can only be found by applying these principles in my life.
Now to bring all my lessons to be applied full circle!
* Hypocrisy only breads loneliness.
* The loneliness gave way to listening to everyone but God. I had lost His voice leading my life, I had lost His guidance, and ultimately lost my way.
* Being lost began with literally listening to the opinions of men and my closest friend instead of my faith and ...
... you could see the water channel coming out of the mountain. It had about a three foot ceiling above the water and it was flowing in our direction. There was a trail head to the left of the waterway so we grabbed our hiking gear and headed up. The windy day turned out to be a blessing on the hike as it was a fairly strenuous climb and the breeze kept us cool. This was an unbelievable find, the path went for miles through all sorts of landscape, ...
... we haven't spent much time at the hotel. We've been wandering this great city!
We started out at a restaurant called "Brian's 24", a fantastic 24 hour restaurant in the Gaslamp district. We parked half a block from the restaurant and never moved the car. Southwestern food is very common here....but you have to remember, Mexico isn't but a few miles. I had a burrito with home made tortillas and Laurie had huevos rancheros. ...