Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... chap, probably in his 80's walked past and sparked up conversation with me. After the initial where you from etc he slowly asked me, "what do you call a row of bunnies moving backwards?" I looked at him puzzled as it came from nowhere. I responded. "I have no idea"."It's called a receding hare-line".I gave a good, unforced chuckle and asked why he asked me that. He told me he "I just wanted to put a smile on your face". How lovely! In fact most of the people we ...
... the view of the city from the back of the building which really was amazing.
Baseball at Football Temperatures: Our last game and we figure it can't be worse then the Thursday and Friday games. We take the BART and arrive early to make sure we get our Tony Larussa bobblehead. We are all decked out in our twins gear - including tattoos!! The fans sitting near us are obnoxious and it's cold -cold enough for me to wear ...
We had to wait until the 5th innings to see the double play but we ticked that box as well. It turned out to be an entertaining game with the away team taking the honours 16-8.
The next morning we headed to a small town just outside of Denver called Golden to check out the home of Coors ...
... The road turned into a challenging but fun freshly paved masterpiece that wound it's way between fruit farms and vineyards. From there I hit the Mendocino county fair but it didn't slow me down much even though it looked like a big fair.
More vineyards that eventually gave way to redwood forest and then connected to route 1. Route 1 follows the ocean cliffs and winds through some towns that are small but less touristy and more ...
... take pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a lovely sight!
When we got to the museum, it was about an hour before closing so we quickly explored the place and the surrounding buildings/area. Afterwards, we went to Mercy College so Chris can visit one of his old friend who works and studies there. Again, it was mostly him catching up and I'm just along for the ride. It's nice for him to catch up with his old friends again.