Granada Inn - Silicon Valley
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... as well! Lots of beer later we wandered into the stadium to watch the show. We had front row seats, but with a view of the side of the stage. We could watch the band on a monitor or get caught up in everything going on back stage. And during He's Gone, we got bracelets for the pit. Tim and I ended up at the fence, about 30' from the stage. Our own little ...
... 20 cups today) -speed walking contests using the people movers -putting the vibe out all around -making new friends in each terminal (which pretty much consists of the baristas and janitors) -walking and blogging whilst not watching where I'm going (actively happening now) -perusal of the varied magazine shops (good opportunity to catch up on the celeb gossip) -a handful of selfies -Matt hacking portals -awkward leg stretches on the main walkway -coffee again ...
... memory of the game is that it was an extremely hot day, and most of us got sunburned. We felt frustrated to be lugging all those hats, gloves, and coats.
After the game we had dinner reservations at the Slanted Door restaurant. We took the Muni again and got close to the Ferry building. At this point we realized that Katie was doing a lot of walking, and it was starting to impact her leg and her hips from the uneven gate ...
... stops a few people were able to jump on and off. We went past Union Square and up, a rather steep climb and at one stage the driver lost the cable but was able to pick it up again. We went past the top of Lombard St, the Crookedest St in the world, getting some fantastic views along the way. And as with everything what goes up must come down. We all enjoyed the ride. We got to Fisherman's Wharf and decided to go for a walk along the ...
... from reality. To truly appreciate it, I must leave.
I hope that this entry has set the tone for my trip in all of it's un-glory. If I romanticize events, people, or places (which I most certainly will as I am hopelessly in love with the world), my thoughts are never isolated from my deeper (here, I emphasize the "er") understanding of poverty, mortality, or whatever else may be of greater (again, I emphasize the "er") importance. ...