Comfort Inn & Suites
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Lørdag d. 27/6-15
Jeg vågnede kl. 06.45, godt udhvilet efter at have sovet
mange timer. De andre sov stadig, så jeg lagde mig til at se lidt på
overnatninger i San Francisco, hvor vi vil tilbringe de næste 3 overnatninger.
Det var ikke nemt for udvalget var ikke stort og priserne er enorme …
... day at home. Making sure phones, cameras, batteries are charged up. Maps, bart tickets, cash, addresses, glasses, sunnies, hats and spray jackets are packed. First aid kit, hydration options, zip lock bags, lip balm, sunscreen, eye drops, tissues... We finally got out and the weather was much cooler than it had been the previous two days. I was concerned about Ray being warm enough in just a T-shirt in 10 degrees Celsius but he ...
... they wanted another $15 to view his gallery. We decided against that and instead toured the other galleries in the Museum. My favorite work was the execution of John Brown painting. There was also an exhibit of artwork from New Guinea that was quite interesting. There was one piece of art that did catch my attention for it's simplicity, a white canvas with a ...
... of the harbour called Sausalito. In driving through Sausalito we could have been driving through parts of Auckland with the standalone houses, low rise buildings, marina, hills and trees. Our driver and tour guide, Josh, played "Dock of the bay" over the speaker system on the drive into Sausalito, and on the way back "If you're going to San Francisco" - which was pretty cool. Josh was fun and obliging. Also toward the end of the ...
... with unique qualities should be saved and set-aside--not all forests need to be harvested for homes, boats, furniture, and magazines. As a forester during the modern era, and a forester of 23 years, our profession should be thankful for our early progressive thinkers such as John Muir and Gifford Pinchot and Walter Mather. Afterwards, we had a nourishing bowl of soup and a cold beer overlooking the Bay from the ...