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We then headed out of the park, on the lower road toward Mariposa and Merced. On top, the exit where we entered two days ago, there was a fresh 4” layer of snow, so the other groups that were exiting that way had park troopers escort them out. Sorry I missed those photo ops.
Our group headed toward Merced to catch an Amtrak train to Emeryville. On the way, we made a rest stop at the Mariposa ...
We arrived at SF at around noon, giving us plenty of time to get through security and enjoy some time in the lounge before our departure. We sipped on champagne and I wrapped up some work while we were waiting for our flight to board. It was lovely and relaxing and the Air France lounge had a variety of snacks and drinks available.
At around 2:10pm we walked the ...
... the restaurant we returned to for Dinner also hosted 4 Witches dressed with big purple hair, short skirts, mesh stockings and high heels.
The area we stayed in was 45 minutes by slow bus to downtown - there is a fast bus but we never bothered. The bus drivers are very helpful. The area of Bernal Heights has a mixed population - including white folks! and the houses are well kept and of different architectural styles. It was great not to be in ...
... alleviating pain. It also disperses the dema following injury to ligaments and tendons, diminishing pain and certainly assists movement. Restorative massage greatly improves general blood circulation plus nutrition of damaged tissues often accompanied by an increase interchange of substances connecting the your blood and tissue cellular material thus improving tissue metabolic process. This sort of therapy also empties ...
... this is an earthquake! A bit later the morning news said this quake began near Napa Valley and was the first sizable event in 20 years, and the strongest one since the "World Series" earthquake, which originated near Santa Cruz. I remember in my pre-trip plan I wanted to accomplish something "San Franciscan", like walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. Not to happen this trip--timing and logistics prevented that venture. ...
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