Hilton Garden Inn Cupertino
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... them to find out they live in Perth! Small world we all said. But they were from Leeming, so pretty much in another state... Haha :) So tired from all the activities of the day, and the exalts bit of shopping we squeezed in that afternoon, we decided to play it safe and close and go back to the Cheesecake Factory again! Even though we had planned to go on our final night in San Fran. We decided it didn't matter, we'll enjoy it on both nights. A day of ...
... 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 ...
Sitting here waiting to board. Hummmm, lots of French being spoken here. makes sense 0ui? One language I have not heard much of in my lifetime. Aunt Lillian, wish I was as fluent as you! So I could ease drop, lol. So we will actually be in France in about 12 hours. Of course only for a very short time to change planes. Areal trip to France is definitely on my bucket list! I would love to travel around the countryside. Look ...
... that the slow and painful return to routine was just around the corner. All the more reason to make the most of our valuable freedom, so we spent the week making plans for our U.S. destinations and playing with Andrea.
Other places we visited during our time in Fremont included frequent trips to San Jose where Petros & Winny used to live for a long time so were eager to show us their favourite spots ...
... there were no Looping Stars, seagulls, or a million screaming people drinking on the beach at 11 in the morning. This part was filled with scenic views, a lot classier people, and great surf spots (to watch other people surfing of course). This completed the mixed sense of comfort, as until then, there was no comfort at all. The views and tranquility of the 'other' side made Santa Cruz well worth it. In the morning we set off to Big Sur Forest which was a few hours ...