Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport
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... Eve and we hadn't eaten most of the day due to our travelling schedule we decided to head down to Santa Barbara's main street for some eats. We found a great Thai place (no Renu Thai or Thai Taste but pretty close) open that was also super cheap. We then decided to go for ice cream and found this apparent famous ice creamery that Kim Kardashian, Oprah, Obama and heaps of other famous people have eaten at. Billy being a connoisseur of all things ...
... what a night!
We spent our last day driving around the Napa vineyards, stopping in at all our favourite wineries and finished with an amazing lunch at Auberge du Soleil where we got married.
After a short and sweet trip to California, it was time to return to South America - this time to Peru to meet up with our good friends Marisa & Muzz so we could take on the Inca Trail.
... covers all the areas I've wanted to go very well, although sometimes it is really crowded. The cable cars are great fun and it's interesting watching the drivers (grips) work the big levers and pedals. The cable moves at a constant 9 miles per hour and the individual cars grip or release the cable to move or stop. I bought a 3 day pass that covers all public transport and I'm certainly getting my money's worth!
Noah: (1) Bison Burger in Cody, Wyoming; (2) Mexican Food in Kemmerer, Wyoming; (3) Ice Cream at Old Faithfull Inn in Yellowstone National Park.
Milo: (1) Bison Burger in Cody, Wyoming; (2) Alligator Burger in New Orleans; (3) Mexican Food in Kemmerer, Wyoming.
... part of the ride on the relatively empty tram.
Once in Fishermans Wharf we headed over the Pier 39 for a breakfast of crepes, as promised to the boys. According to Sam it was the best breakfast of the holiday so far. We then meandered over to Pier 33 to catch the boat over for a trip over to Alcatraz Island.
The fog had cleared by the time we got to Pier 33. The Rock stands starkly in the middle of the bay a mile off-shore. ...