Dinah's Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the Painted Ladies themselves! Hint; they are not worth the time. First destination achieved, it was off to Lombard Street to see "the most crooked street in the world". It would have been great we are sure, if Muni didn't have us going in the complete opposite direction to where we needed to go! So faithful were we to Muni that we stayed on the bus until the driver literally kicked us off because it had reached its final stop, which was in the ...
... at the Wayfarer Inn at Carmel. Carmel is a quiet, pretty, very expensive seaside retreat full of honeymooners and elderly people with money. Unloaded and went for a walk while Kate worked on her assignment. Had a wonderful dinner at Yafa Mediterranean Restuarant ...family owned and really excellent ...
... a complete opposite from Beijing because the park allowed me to just do nothing. I spoke with Sara about how great Beijing was for me and I had no regrets of studying abroad for a year there. Then, I stated that when it came May, it was clear that it was time for me to go back to America. Beijing will always have a place in my heart; now it is time for to move on to other things.
For a while, we chilled at the park until we decided to get French ...
... me of a courtyard for the horse and carriages in front of the castle. Grant and I found some shade in front of the church. As we sat a tour walked by, and I saw Cynthia pushing Katie. I went to join the tour and help push Katie. Grant said he was fine where he was and would call Anne to meet up with her.
Our tour guide Javier was good. He walked backwards the entire time. A lot of good information about the student life on campus. I was glad I joined ...
... good to have an explore around all the shops, and we tried salt water taffy (neither of us liked it). China town brought back plenty of memories of actually being in China- and we got to listen to a Mexican women trying to barter down a Chinese lady in Spanish. (She was not the most successful) In the evening, we took a trip with Jenny to some of the big chain stores known around the States. First Costco with ...