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Travel Blogs from Palo Alto
We can never resist a quick peek at an interesting school, so after leaving San Fran, we made a visit to Stanford. It was a worthwhile morning.
1. The Stanford campus is as busy in July as most college campuses are in September.
2. On-campus graduate housing seems to be quite luxurious.
3. The Stanford campus is huge, unique, and beautiful.
Today was an early start as David and I got up and went for a run at about 7am. We ran 7.26km along the waterfront past the Team NZ base for the America's Cup and also AT&T Stadium which is home to the San Francisco Baseball team. We did stop at halfway for a hot drink before making out way back. My legs were definitely feeling it as I haven't been out for a run for the last four weeks. I ...
... classic Ford Mustang in the movie Bullitt.). I finished up the day back at Fisherman’s Wharf and then headed back across the bay to check on the old man.
Friday morning saw Dad rejuvenated and ready to roll so we got an early ferry into the city. Having had frequent conversations over the last few days about how we both needed haircuts we decided it was time for action and made our way to Kelly’s barber shop in Telegraph hill. We were greeted by two Chinese ...
... on closing, all I can say is that it was an incredible experience and I am so glad that I went
there...it was one of the few cities in the US that I had not visited and I am glad I now had the opportunity to.
**OK, Pics are up - I put them a little random so they would not be too boring and I left out a lot of duplicate type pics - wow, we took a lot of pics...** Enjoy!!!
Love you all!!!
... I will forever associate with San Francisco moving forward.
Eventually once we made it through both some shady looking areas and also some very beautiful suburbs we made it to see the Painted Ladies, a beautiful row of traditional Victorian Houses perched atop a hill looking out over the city. As the most photographed spot in all of San Francisco it was full of tourists but it was well worth the walk as it was picture perfect and the park in front of them made for a ...