Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport / Burlingame
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... Chris & Tracey spent an hour sitting in the cafe drinking coffee on the Terrace next to the bay enjoying the sun. There were hundreds of hands on experiments to try which kept us busy for 5 hours (including lunch). Exhibits ranged from animation stations, thermal body scanning machines, circuit experiments to a cows eye dissection demo. At lunch Nia was ...
... to month end I had the opportunity to fly up to Calgary for 4 days to explore a business proposition in the consulting space. Time well spent with a client in the Oil & Gas industry delivering negotiation training to the Procurement team was balanced with my first NHL experience with a night at the Saddle Dome. Luckily for the Calgary Flames were able to overcome the poorly performing Buffalo Sabres 4-1.
Take care Mashers and stay tuned for the Feb update.
... for the cable cars is exactly the same as it was in the Victorian era, pulled along by a cable under the road. You can hear the constant humming of the cable on those streets - no doubt annoying to live on one. We were told (and later experienced) that you can smell wood burning on the streets which is in fact the wooden 2x4s used by the operators to clamp and brake the cable cars at stops. Apparently they have not felt the ...
Day 4 of our Road trip
Monday we woke up in our motel in South San Francisco, near
to the airport. It’s a lot cooler here than we thought it would be, nearly
everyday we’re having to wear coats just to keep warm. We started off today
with a lovely long sleep in, which after 4 days mostly sleeping in the car was
MUCH needed. Then off we went to Lombard street, the ‘crookedest’ street in the
world. People have their weddings there! ...
... a light jacket which I stuffed into the saddle bags with the food. The saddle bags were small and they did not close correctly. But whatever I wanted to start riding so without thinking twice about reality I took the bike out ready to get started. About half a block out I hit a small bump and heard a strange noise coming from the front suspension. I went around the block returned to the shop and let them know what was happening. After ...