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... and Patrick came back to the hostel. We made some final pictures in our sleeping pod and together and then it was really time to say goodbye. Cameron helped me order a Lyft as my ride to my new destination: The Hilton Hotel North Glendale. When my Lyft arrived the others from the podshare family just came back to the hostel and could still wave me goodbye. I felt relieved to have a bit more privacy and not share the shower with 10 people, but felt sad at the same time to say goodbye to ...
... I had a chat with one of the other guests and tried to find where the dance studio was at and the t-mobile shop for an american sim. The studio was about a ten minute walk, which took me a bit longer because I walked the wrong direction (off course) and I didn't discover I had to press the button for the traffic lights. Everything was so gorgeous, blue skies, green trees, no wind, sun, 33 degrees and really felt like I was walking in LA, however I can still ...
... that we shared. I had a glass of Argentinian Malbec and Marie had a German Riesling. We were home about 9.30 - daylight saving :).
Wrote this till about 11.30 and then couldn't get to sleep - I guess stressing about driving tomorrow - got up and checked some work e-mails and ended up not sleeping till about 2. If it had been any other night but Monday I could have gone down to K24 and had a couple of drinks to slow my brain but they close at 12.30am on Mondays.
... They were even serving beers with their breakfasts.
I saw this stall, Moishe's Village with 2 older women running it who were screaming at each other in their language. One minute they were almost coming to blows, the next they were laughing their heads off hugging. Decided I had to go there for brunch. I had a lahmajune, which had ...
... zig-zag around Union Square and through the Manhattan-like skyscrapers of the CBD, tour the enormously creepy and atmospheric Alcatraz prison, pick up our car and, after eliminating several pedestrians, drive north to the giant redwoods of Muir Wood then on to a spot of sunny wine tasting at the Domaine Carneros Vineyard in the world-renowned Napa Valley wine region. If we had to pick 2 highlights, the 2 most famous attractions more than lived up to their ...