Courtyard By Marriott Pleasant Hill
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... later. My entire family lineage, including my season on earth will have come and passed and the Sequoia I quietly sat with yesterday, will remain standing....still. Perspective anyone? We had some lunch on the banks of a massive lake within the park, who's name has escaped me. It's a large tract of water boarded by pine and gigantic smooth granite domes and jagged peaks. We wondered and explored, we laughed and made a human pyramid, our moods permanently altered by ...
... group on the ship were singing some song about bells & waves or something but I started singing unbreath. Not the words to that song but the words to 'click go the shears'. Same tune, different words. Now I was left wondering if they'd ripped us off or we'd ripped them off - almost Meade me question my whole existence! We moved to check out the sorta paddle steamer sorta ferry, which had a heap of cool old cars on there...and more singin' about the seas?! We met up with ...
... to see the shoreline, the bay and the bridge and is accessible to all 2) that it can be colder here in August than in the UK. 3) that the ferry trip back was a great idea and gave fantastic views. 4) how unbelievably small WW2 submarines were 5) how steep some if the hills here are. Total respect to the taxi drivers who take you up an 18%25 slope then have to stop at the top of it for the road junction ! Roll on day two! ...
... him coming to see us off to the airport etc. He was talking about sleeping on the floor of our room, but that's no good at all. Next step was to go to the laundromat, and we were happy to get all our washing done. A nice couple from Melbourne, Colin and Sandra came in straight after we did, and we shared our washing powder with them, and had a really enjoyable chat while our washing sloshed away. Leftovers from lunch for dinner in our room was nice and casual and we were ...
... are able to go in this time. There’ s a great Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton in the entrance, and the kids are fascinated by the Foucault pendulum we find. There’s also a mean looking albino crocodile on display, which is still enough to fool people into thinking it isn’t real. However, after a quick bathroom break, when we come back it has moved, so it is definitely very much alive. And probably looking at all the kids staring at it ...