La Quinta Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a 2 leg journey and get to San Fran via LA. After a couple of hours, I eventually boarded the flight to LAX, and felt as though I was on my way! Arriving into LAX bought the next stage of unorganised chaos - after being told in Mexico that by bag would automatically be transferred to San Fran, there was an announcement that if you had any baggage that needed to be transferred, then you had to collect it and manually check it through. CONFUSED MUCH?! So after ...
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26th April - our last sea day before arriving in Los Angeles tomorrow where Jill and Angelo disembark. I'll miss them. Jill is a real live wire and keeps everyone entertained and Angelo is such a sweetheart - the ying to Jill's yang!. Life will not be the same without them.Because Los Angeles is our first disembarkation port since the NoroVirus outbreak we all have to leave the ship for 4 hours so that they can deep do ...
... the seafood was. The choices of restaurants is unreal! We finally just picked one and had a table with a view of the fishing boats. Supposedly there was also a view of the Golden Gate Bridge, but that was only true if it was a sunny day. Of course it was overcast so for a second we did catch a glimpse of the bridge. We walked down the wharf area to Pier 39 where the big attraction is ...
... splitting Half Dome And North Dome (see pics). We were treated to a walk deep into the Sequoia Mangroves. These trees are the biggest I have EVER seen or even imagined. There was one giant which had fallen and hollowed, and a couple of the crew knelt through the middle (?? That should give you a good idea). A fully grown Sequoia would have started its growth journey just before 70 AD (around about the time the Colosseum was built), and they are still standing today, over ...
... be exact). And I think that is a really good thing – to be away from the comforts of home. To be put into a situation where it’s not the norm. To meet people we have never met. To get out and experience our next adventure.
Folks kept asking us – 'So, wait a minute. Your house burned down, you just finished construction after two years, and the first thing you want to do is ...