Dog's Inn on the Mesa
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... first stop at the Ghiradelli chocolate shop. We recieved samples and purchased one or seven products for our enjoyment. The hot Chocolate was a mixture of divine chocolate and creamy fresh milk, which by the way all Americans call cream for some reason? I actually think saying cream sounds classy. We then journeyed our way Through the streets to the dome. This dome and it's gardens are palace of fine arts. This is located in the ...
... is poor, it's all good, but does seem a bit pricy, that is taking some getting used to. We decide to head out to a sports shop that was recommended to us, it's called the, "sports basement", it is massive and is near to the golden gate park, we are in here for hours as they have so much stuff and end up with some discounted trainers and football boots (three pairs), a new tri-suit for me ( being America I need a2XL which is a real shame.....), a football shirt for Ollie, backpack as ...
Last I left you it was the morning of my birthday before heading out to Yosemite National Park. We were really lucky to have met some friends in Death Valley who offered to share their campsite with us so we had a leisurely drive to Yosemite on Monday via Mono Lake. Once we had arrived we set up camp and went for a walk to the beautiful lower Yosemite falls. Back at camp the evening was spent grilling steak on the fire, eating ...
... sea lions which occupy floating platoons in the harbour, amazing to see them just sat there sun bathing and making that funny noise, beautiful creatures. After a short burst of rain which sent everyone dashing for cover we made our way back to the city via tram. The evening was spent local to the hotel. The following day we caught the bus to Haight Ashbury, a famous area of the city where the hippy movement began back in the 60's. As soon as we arrived we were ...
... and the city. The bridge opened in 1937 and is painted International Orange in order to blend in with its surroundings.
While on the other side we decided to visit Sausalito which is a lovely seaside town. Again we were lucky to find a park so we stopped for an ice cream and to look in the boutiques.
By now it was late afternoon so we began the long trek back to our RV camp site to park up for the last time ever.
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