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... sunny day. We took some photos of us on the air of the cable car as it is a little tricky while you are on the cart. We headed into the wharf and looked at a few shops along the way and spotted a few things that we would pick up on the way home. We checked out an old school games arcade that had games that were well and truly older than Will and I put together. We then continued down to Pier 39 along the water. You could see Alcatraz ...
... along the piers towards Fisherman's Wharf. We looked through pier 39 which was really cool and looked like a carnival. We had fish and chips in the Chowders Restaurant. It was TASTY! Later on in the day, we looked around the shops and then we came to this Rainforest cafe. It had a photo booth but they charged you $5 per photo and I said... "That's a rip off!!!" Then I sat down with a gorilla inside the cafe (it was a fake one don't ...
... good food. My favourite dinner was the prime rib. Mom and Dad let us choose our breakfasts and lunches, but we had to choose from the adult menu for dinner. We are having a great time in SF. I loved our car today - it was a convertible Mustang. I also loved the Monterey Bay Aquarium. It was so cool. There were jelly fish, small sharks, and a huge sunfish!
Mom's sidenote - Paul and I think we should put a copy of Regulation 21 in our classrooms! :-)
We decided we'd go on a night tour. It was sooooo cold, especially after New York. The sun was lovely, but the wind was vicious. I ended up buying two really ugly fleece jackets so we didn't die of the cold. Before we left the hotel we had talked about grabbing our jackets, so I was really cross we hadn't. However, the fleece jackets were only $11 each, so they didn't break the bank. The guys on the bus made me laugh, as ...
We were surprised to see strawberry farms very close to Marina town which is built on sand dunes. There were dozens of pickers (probably Mexican ) in the fields with porta loos on trucks - perhaps they have no time for long breaks?
Our first stop was the Santa Cruz campus of the University of California. At the entrance to the campus is the Cowell Lime Works, which established in the 1850s was a manufacturing ...
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