Hilton Garden Inn Cupertino
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I had decided to book a tour on my first day in San Francisco and then leave things free and easy. It was a half-day tour called "The Ultimate Tour" - was really well done, informative guide, weather stayed good, some nice photo ops and left with ideas of what I wanted to return and see more of. Was picked up from another hotel in walking distance of mine and taken to Fisherman's wharf where the tour proper started. Went to Golden Gate Bridge then Golden Gate Park, up Twin Peaks ...
... story : always carry a map and never trust Google Maps entirely.
Stomachs rumbling with hunger, we arrived at the Furnace Creek Inn at 7.30 pm. Clean air, dark skies, rugged canyons, stark and open expanses beckoned us, but all that would have to wait till the next morning.
The alarm went off promptly at 4 am the next day, Off to Badwater Basin, home to the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. The drive to the salt pans was pretty short ...
... waiting for our flight Only 14 hours! We will wake up at 5:30 AM on Saturday morning . . having totally missed Friday! We rode to the airport with a neat New Zealand couple who have been honey mooning here in the states for the past 5 weeks. They were full of great ideas for our time in New Zealand . . Fun O.K... Off for our flight. We are still learning this blog thing. . So will be some growing pains . Bear with ...
... little bit. Everyone was dressed pretty warm so we were prepared. Walking around the park and seeing all the lights and decorations reminds me of last Christmas when I got to see the lights along the river in Medellin in Colombia. It's so nice to have weather like this where you can have the opportunity to walk around and enjoy all the lights.
There was a Hot Chocolate stand so we got in line to get some for everyone. While in the line up, ...
... you to come and look, you say no thank you and they mock you in a whinny voice until your out of sight. They are terrible. I would avoid shopping in Kuta. We heard that the markets are better in Denpassar anyways, so next time we'll be staying there.
The next day our flight wasn't until 4pm so we took our sweet time and checked out at noon, then took a cab to the airport. The first guy we encountered offered a good price, but thank goodness Jasper asked if they had ...
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