Extended Stay America - San Rafael - Francisco Blvd East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... year to pollute the last unspoiled place on earth. I agree with her and will happily serve as a goodwill ambassador for the preservation of this most southern continent.
Thank you for all your comments! It’s good to know that people are reading and, hopefully, enjoying my journal. I am so happy you came along with me for this thoroughly splendid trip. ...
... moving south.
We start to notice a major difference. The ocean had turned from a greenish/flat color to a brilliant blue. It's that kind of blue that sticks out....a sharp color. It LOOKS really different, and shows up in our photos. It's started to get warmer as well. A cold front is supposed to move through, but it's warmer today than we've seen so far. Things are changing.
We go a bit further south, ...
... for today. Our driver/guide is Bill and boy can he talk! We saw the biggest, largest, bestest, longest, tallest, shortest and mostest things in the world, all in San Francisco Aren't we lucky, need not go anywhere else! Seriously though we did enjoy the trip and we rounded the day of with a cable car ride to Lombard Street, (the crookedest street in the world apart from Downing ...
... torpedo bay and more. There are a few airplanes on display as well. This ship shows its age, but that made it feel more authentic and the events that took place here more real. Very much worth the time we took to tour it and explore history outside of a book.
More information can be found here: http://www.uss-hornet.org/history/herit age/
... the same as 15 years ago. Now she was Bibi Harusi, the bride, Toral, Edna and Meron were bridesmaids and Katy, Tabu and I were along for the ride. All roads let to Johnston city, Tennessee. Meron and Tabu drove down from Maryland and the three of us flew across from La. Edna flew from midland, Texas. It was a weekend of endless chatting catching up receding into our teenage years and talking about our current lives. We took Johnston city by storm laughing our way through coffee ...