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... before placing down in front of us. It was totally worth buying it just for the look on her face; priceless.
After lunch, we caught the bus over to Golden Gate Park on the other side of town. We had heard that there was an area where there were a bunch of bison that were kept, and so started walking in search of these animals. It took over an hour to find the paddock, and we then had to walk all the way around the paddock to catch ...
... really great questions & we swap ideas.
As we drag our tired butts back toward the Hostel which thankfully is mostly a down-hill trip, we stop & buy some groceries, some local wine & settle into a calm quietness. I am internally on such a high – I had waited so long for this day & I am totally satisfied now that it is over. Sam & I both had a chance to speak to Garry about what the Choir needs the most, how we can continue ...
Well here we are again in San Fran almost at the end of our group tour and we thought escaped trouble free BUT no such luck. I have had my camera stolen and the IT Has lost his reading glasses, left in a taxi I think. My camera my lovely under water one just disappeared out my handbag. This is the trouble using two cameras. When I change from the small one to the big I just slip it in my open handbag and I suppose the result was ...
... boys in the trailer to watch the Tour De France. We received the same treatment from the tourists who were there to take photos of the cable cars. Almost at the top we passed Wiggle Street (Or something like that). They have squeezed switchbacks to descend the hill in the space between the houses that used to have a standard street, albeit very steep.
Jane had real bum chafe from the days cycling but knew I wanted to see the painted ladies. These are ...
... very pretty! it has a harbour for boats and after a lunch ( supposed to be light......) we wander up and down the harbour front taking in the view and admiring the yachts. The drive back to hotel was interesting........Nancy the sat-nav had a row with Heather,so we followed a different route back, which meant that we came back the scenic route, but at times it was like being on a flume as you crest some of these hills and then plummet down the other side, thankfully, we only do 25mph ...
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