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... off to breakfast in the dining car. We could see the glow of the sunrise over the plains through the window.
We shared our table with a nice couple from Michigan. They were sharing the trip with their daughter, her husband and 2 small granddaughters, who were at another table. They educated us on what grits is, basically a porridge made with corn meal. We gave that a miss. I had scrambled eggs served with roasted potatoes (a bit overdone, I reckon ...
... the car, headed for San Francisco. We had a tee time at Presidio Golf Club located on the San Francisco Bay. What an awesome drive into the city and across the Golden Gate Bridge! Even though most of the bridge was covered in fog, it was beautiful. If you ever plan a trip to San Francisco, be advised, it never gets warm there, even though this is supposed to be sunny California. The high for the day was 65 with a brisk wind.
The golf course had spectacular views of ...
... Susan and Rick are very warm and friendly and I can't wait to get to know them better.
I am thinking that I shall need to print some photos and buy a couple of frames so I can have a few of you guys around me :-)
We are currently shattered and Dustin is already asleep (I shall be copying soon), the only plans we have for tomorrow is to sleep in, do some exploring and relax. Has been a long day for us (mainly Dustin).
Wish us luck x
... hour massage. The mud baths were soooo hot, it took quite a few minutes to get used to the heat, and then we had a jacuzzi and a blanket wrap. We felt so relaxed and pampered by the time we had finished our massages!
We finished at about 11.00am, and were pretty hungry because we hadn't had breakfast before we went. We had a slap up brekkie of fried eggs, hash browns, bacon and coffee at a great ...
... two Queen Anne Victorians directly across the street from the other each have their own tale. The top house at 710 Ashbury was the home and headquarters of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead in the 1960s. The house was raided by the SFPD in October of 1967 and two band members were arrested, convicted, and fined $100 each for the marijuana and hashish found there. The house was featured in a number of ...