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I checked out of my hotel in Redwood City and drove to the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. An adult ticket is rather expensive at $29.95 but I bought a ticket and went in.
The museum has a very distinct appearance due to its Living Roof, a 2.5-acre expanse of native California plants that provides …
... to my small middle, big hips, sway back, and one inch dropped chest and waistline. I still wear skirts she was sewing for me in my mid 40's, the only straight skirts I will ever own, given my peasant shape.
And so this morning I wandered aimlessly, going up escalators eying the sea of displays expectantly until I reached housewares at the top and gliding back down to perfume near the exits of 4 lauded department ...
... back around the corner, wondering where we are...he has caught up with a cab and has it waiting for us. Note to self.....travel with a jack rabbit again!
We arrive at the rental company and head off towards Saratoga, which is in Silicon Valley. It's a beautiful late afternoon drive, once we have cleared the sprawl of San Fran, and we wind up a sealed road not unlike a ski field access road....narrow and windy. At the top is a large car park ...
... lived at one time or another. The people walking around looked like they had been there since the 60s
Trip to Alcatraz was good and the sun was out by that time. Accommodation about on par with some hotels and there's a good view.
... I have travelled a lot in life but never really spent this amount of time on my own and I have quite enjoyed it.
It certainly has been unusual and not what I was expecting when Bill and I started but overall it has been a wonderful opportunity to see the United States.
This is probably the last entry so I hope you have enjoyed me sharing this experience.
The invoice for the book will be with you next week.
All the best