Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t fall off. The Lake District ain’t got nuttin on highway 1 I’m telling you. The side of the road, the side that I’m bloomin driving on, was a sheer drop. THE SIDE OF A CLIFF. I don’t think I have ever been so genuinely terrified in my entire life. For a straight hour and a half. About an hour in I’m getting exhausted and concerned that I’m just going to cry. Tears = impaired vision = driving off the side of a cliff. ...
I'm writing from bed, as it's the only piece of furniture we still have, surrounded by packed boxes, trekking gear, and a lot of hopes and dreams. In one week exactly, Roger and I will be departing on our year of adventure. We have a hazy plan of what the next several months will look like but I think the keys to our happiness in the coming months are flexibility and open-mindedness. Already, our plans have shifted and metamorphosed tremendously from ...
... to Emunah. A
nice way for her to wake up. And then she received a big bday hug from her
Our first destination was to the Golden Gate Bridge. We walked across the bridge stopping every few minutes to take in the view and look down at the water where we saw dolphins jumping. It was a bit chilly on the bridge and very noisy from the cars going by. The span of the bridge is 1.7 miles, we decided halfway ...
... again at all the photos on the walls. There are loads of pics of the owner with different celebrities and friends. When our waitress comes over I point to the photo of the guy who held the door for us and get her to confirm that this is the owner. She confirmed it was indeed the owner but that he had died a few years ago! Wow! How could that be? So I asked if he had any sons assuming that it must have been a ...
... the same shop because after forcefully shoving the batteries into it, it would no longer close. I left the shop hanging my head in shame as the polite but slightly confused shop assistant had just explained to me, that you do not open things from the bottom and that I had broken the hinge in doing so. Oh well you live and learn. However I am still making little progress with this bike comp- talk about a steep learning curve!