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The trip to SFO is a good one. The girls each have a TV in the seat back in front of them so they watch movies and shows.
Reminds me of the Visa commercials...
Extra legroom in economy plus seating... $150
Direct TV at your kids seats... $30
4 hour flight with no complaints... PRICELESS!!!
There is a kid in the row behind us who is maybe 6 years old, and is LOUD. He is playing games on his iPad and takes great joy in his accomplishments. ...
... platform there - just before 1pm. A visit to a Dollartree store, where we bought some odds and ends, and then a stop at WholeFoods where we picked up some sandwiches for lunch, and back to the house. We had a nice time, and the lunch was good........and then Aya set up the paddling pool, and Sakura had fun playing in that and we enjoyed sitting outside and watching her, and Alyssa loves being out on the rug in the backyard. John very painstakingly made ...
... to a political protest home for the native Americans. As you can tell I paid attention to the short film shown before making your way to the actual cell blocks. When you first enter the prison building you walk through the shower room, instantly it reminds me of the showers at the Benicassim festival. I'd hazard a guess that the showers were both as cold as one another. You walk around the cell block guided via a audio tour voiced by the ex workers and cell mates of ...
... of bottomless Sake, Brett and Mike chilled there for a while, I personally only had one as i planned to drive out to the Muir woods in the afternoon. The Cherry blossom festival was really cool, we spent a couple of hours looking round and then i left the guys with there sake and headed out to the Muir Woods to go see some redwoods.
Now that I'd sorted out the Golden gate tolling situation it was much less stressful, Muir Woods is like an hour and a bit outside of San ...
... br> San Francisco is fairly small, with a population of about 844,000, but during the week it swells to around 2 million, with workers coming in from the surrounding cities.
The Golden Gate is the narrow stretch of water between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay so named in 1846, symbolically it is the opening to the great riches that America can offer. The bridge opened in 1937 and is painted International Orange.
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