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... to Green Street, about 4 1/2 blocks away and went into the Soto Mare restaurant. It had been recommended to us by a guy we met in Washington Square. It is a small place but we were lucky and got a table for two. The server, Betty, recommended the Salmon but also said they had Lobster Raviolis. Sooo we ordered the salmon along with a side order order of raviolis. We also ordered wine, Nancy had Pinot ...
... d'altres que viuen aqui de fa poc o de fa temps. Visca Catalunya!
Another busy day.This morning, the girls made pancakes for breakfast. Afterwards, quickly to the park for exercise. Beautiful weather here but we can see the fog bank on the coast line.
At noon, we went to Mass in the first Mission Church that the Franciscans founded: Mission San Francisco de Asis or Mission ...
Well what can I say but I love san Francisco even better than New York!
Yesterday's amazing day of hiring a Mustang Convertible and driving north up to the Redwood Forest was an awesome way for Steve to spend his Father's Day!!!
we drove over the Golden Gate Bridge which was totally enshrouded in fog!!! Very creepy! Travelling North on the redwood Highway 101 we hit towns like Santa Rosa and Fort Bragg. stopping off at a little out of the way coffee shop on Road ...
... comparing things. Although to be honest one of only things I remember about our chat is that you aren't allowed to leave school at 16, oh and its illegal to pick up roadkill.
So my day started off with tears, frustration, the urge to just come home and has ended much better. I shall not be spending my weekend stressed to the max.
So guys keep everything crossed, send me some positive thoughts and lots of love.
Wish me luck xx
Part 1: Redwood City
Determined to go and see a baseball game in America, and having settled on San Francisco as the place to do it, my hosts drove me out to the Cal-Train station (fairly; ok, not very) bright and early on Sunday morning. After eating far too many pancakes for breakfast - setting a general trend of gluttony for my time in SF - I set off into the city to meet up with fellow pathfinder Laura at the AT&T stadium, home of the ...