Travelodge San Rafael
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... buffets, southern food diners and traffic lights, not once stopping to take a breath. Nothing and everything had changed at the same time. Toral made a tear jerking speech about Liz and our Greenacres days and we met her wonderful husband, Theo. Everyone agreed that mama Liz was truly the happiest mama of the bride we had ever seen. We were young girls again just laughing, over sharing and bonding. Everyone had a different memory and our collective memories could set the scene ...
... the research and decided that Twin Peaks should be our first stop. We got there with the wind blowing and temperature decidedly chilly. I lived in San Francisco in the 80’s and remembered how it was cool in the summer, and wet and cold in the winter. I was glad it was summer.
From there we made it to Fisherman’s Warf knowing the world famous clam chowder was a must. We ended up in Alioto’s Restaurant on the warf and were served by ...
... the first hoodie, and $25 for the second. It was pretty cool to be able to see them screen print it right then and there. After, we headed back to the hotel where Craig looked after the four kids while Caroline and I went shopping. I bought some MAC lipsticks and an eyeliner from Macys. MAC cosmetics are soooo much cheaper in America than Australia. We finished the day with takeaway Thai for dinner. So ...
... cool place with lots of different foods and even a bar that servers beer, wine and cocktails. This turns out to be a major pull on the visitors and most if not all the trucks have long lines. We go for freshly made pizza and bison hotdog together with some locally made beer while taking in the view of the city. Nice and relaxing, and a perfect way to spend a Sunday.
Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods are close by and the Napa and Sonoma Valleys are an hour away. They can walk to the Marin Farmers' Market held twice a week year round and have access to every other kind of retail experience imaginable within Marin. And they have a charming home with the most private of gardens. Plus, they rarely get the cold summer fog that plagues ...