Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport
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... redwood forest, saw some of the coastline we missed at Bodega Bay and Point Reyes where more stunning coastlines awaited us, and of course, visited a couple of breweries. For the second week, we had a few days relaxing around Walnut Creek and SF before heading east to Yosemite with Martin. Yosemite is big, very big. You enter the valley and then just gawp upwards at the gigantic lumps of granite surrounding you. We had two sunny days walking the trails with some ...
... 30 Gonzalo picked me up and we drove to San Francisco Downtown again where we planned to meet with even more friends: Gonzalo´s exchange “brothers” from Chicago called Andrew and Eric. Eric used to study in New York and then he moved in San Francisco where he is currently living. Andrew has been living in New York for quite a long time, but together with his girlfriend (who is actually from Japan) he came to visit Eric for a couple of days, which was an amazing ...
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 ...
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... impressed with the lack of garbage. It seemed very well maintained and we could have spent a lot more time there exploring different areas. We drove home through Berkeley where we stopped at the much-anticipated Rare Barrel, a brewery specializing in sour beers. This part of the blog would be much lengthier if Husb were writing it, but I'll just sum it up by saying it was a really cool brewery in an industrial building. It was very hip, with clean surfaces ...