Embassy Suites Hotel San Rafael - Marin County / Conference Center
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We are now into our second week of home exchange in beautiful San Francisco. All is beautiful except the weather which is quite unpredictable - sunny one moment and raining the next. Alan has been battling a cold since Seattle and it's taken a downturn after getting wet yesterday, so we are staying in hoping the rain will stop soon.
Our exchange apartment is perched on the top of a very steep hill. Actually it's not quite the top of the ...
... a gorgeous wide palm tree-lined pedestrian boulevard that reconnected a significant part of San Francisco's historic waterfront with the rest of the city.
In 2002, the Ferry Building underwent an extensive restoration and renovation and the ground floor now houses a marketplace of lovely restaurants, coffee bars and food-focused shops. On Saturdays, there's an ...
There they were poking up through the grass on the slope beside the trail - stubby purple iris. I figured they must be a spring blooming California native and they are. Douglas Iris is a common wildflower of the coastal grasslands of Northern and Central California and southern Oregon. The Douglas Iris was first described by 19th century botanist David Douglas ...
... and the hills look green and lush due to recent heavy rain, it wasn't enough to make a real difference. We drove past the Nicasio reservoir, one of the main reservoirs for this area, you could see how low the water level is. This has been the third warmest and driest winter in history. Drought is expected to persist or intensify in California, Nevada, most of interior Oregon and Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, southeast Colorado, western Oklahoma, and most of west Texas ...
... The old twisted apple tree overhead is blossoming and a bottle of chilled white wine disappears quickly as we catch up face-to-face instead of on Skype.
Dave is a New England transplant, a Harvard alum and a former market researcher who has lived in the Bay area most of his adult life. He was also a sailor and adventurer who left the career track in 1982 to sail away under the Golden Gate Bridge for 4 years bound for distant ...
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