Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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... Then it was down to Union Square and more of the hop on/hop off bus trip - well we'd purchased a 48 hour pass and we we're going to get our money's worth. We were headed to Golden Gate Park and took in more sights of the City. At the Park we got off and bought tickets for the California Academy of Sciences and it was superb. It houses a plethora of exhibits including Rainforests of the World, a Planetarium, an Aquarium ...
Taxi driver with road rage, checked in, bags dropped, patted down, and security cleared. We've got a 10 minute delay, but should be Blighty bound by 19:55. We're all sitting in departures, near our gate, having conversations over Facebook ;O) The airport isn't very busy, or at least it doesn’t seem like it in this little corner. It is silent. There is a ...
... Pete met me up there.
It was a really interesting day. We got the audio tour as part of the visit and it was very well done. I think the thing that surprised me the most was how close the island is to the mainland. I always thought it was further away than it is. To make my day, as I was having a rest on the way back down the hill ( I decided I would make the effort and put up with the pain) a young lady ...
... 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 ...
... computers etc. A lot of it was heavily emphasised on engineering, and the place was completely self sustained and maintained through donations, but it was a pretty cool an interesting place to see and meet a few people that went there to work. Just to explain a bit further, people weren’t going to work as if it were a job, but instead to learn and volunteer, with the general philosophy behind the organization being ‘Do-ocracy’ – I’m sure there is quite ...
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