Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Airport - San Bruno
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... time to them, but doing a fly-by is fun. Walking up Lombard Street, hanging out with the smelly sea lions at Pier 39, etc. It was all a good time. We made a stop-off at City Lights bookstore and then walked through Chinatown, but I have to admit that Chinatown trips are only fun if you don't already live in a place with a Chinatown or you need something specific. And our trip to the ...
... to USA it is the 5th of September 1993 so still 20! You can join the army, vote, own a gun but not drink!
After a nice leisurely Mexican meal we headed we went to Myra's house in Daly City to have a rest and a glass of Californian Cabernet Sauvignon - Myra did want to give us some of Sam Neil's Two Paddocks Pinot Noir but we, Simon & Rachel said no it has to be Californian wine. We ...
... the Safeway there for lunch. Honestly, the supermarkets here are crazy. My then we were up to our eighth punnet of berries....raspberries / blueberries for $3...how could you say no?! We had lunch in the park there and it felt like we were in Perth, such lovely weather. After we finished had a chat with the fireies who had one of their massive trucks parked along the foreshore, they have a drivers seat at the back so that they can turn the truck ...
... I've kept you entertained during my last journey. Though it will be the shortest trip I will be chronicling, but likely the most significant and life changing for me, and hopefully for you as my readers and followers.
So I (re)invite you to enjoy this journey with me beginning with viewing this video. Come...and see the world through my lenses and storytelling...
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Originally I created this blog as an easy way for my friends and family to follow my adventures studying abroad in Dublin for the coming school year. I'm slowing beginning to realize, however, that traveling is traveling in any kind of context. This summer I am lucky enough to not have to work or go to school, so it's the first opportunity since I was 15 to enjoy an awesome summer with all my favorite foods, people, and places. Please tell me ...