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Well, here starts the real blog of this trip. Bev took me to Cincinnati airport from where I'll be flying to Chicago to meet Earl Roemer. Then we will continue on to San Francisco, Tokyo and Manila....our first landfall of the Philippines.
I'm really excited about this trip that Earl and I have talked about for some time. We had it postponed twice in the past year because of budget last year and then because of having ...
As hot as it has been in Fresno for the past 2 days, a cooling trend, combined with where we were headed, got us out of our shorts for the first time this trip and into genes. It was rather cool when we left our hotel this morning at 8:30 AM and pointed the car westward. I was a bit worse for wear today, considering the mountain climbing that I did yesterday, but it was worth it. I am glad I did it. No regrets.
So we headed for the coast ...
... if steps to get to them, like many of the houses in a city as hilly as this one. The weather was quite Melbourne-like, i.e. four seasons in one day. We stopped in a park renowned for its great views of the Golden Gate Bridge... Though when we visited we could barely even see the bottom of a short pier through the thick thick fog. Within fifteen minutes when were driving along the bridge itself (we got to drive across the Golden Gate Bridge! Yay!), the sunshine pouring ...
... the next available tour wasn’t until 2:40 so we had to pass. We bought some souvenirs at the gift shop, including a few DVD’s that show the castle, then drove along the Pacific Coast Hwy - extremely scenic but very twisty and narrow. We could have stopped every mile to take another picture, but we didn’t have time. Since we ...
... other land and sea animals. From sharks and sting rays, to penguins and baby ostriches, to skeletons and horny butterflies, science turned out to be quite entertaining.
We left the museum facing ambiguous weather. The sun was not shining anymore, but neither was it raining. It was as if mother-nature was taunting us, waiting on our next move. In our t-shirts, we glanced at each other, weighing the dropping temperatures and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed