Holiday Inn Express Mill Valley San Francisco Area
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... he didn't have the switches to control how powerful it came out of the blowers which sucked!! We kept clock watching to see how long left we had on the ice bus! When we stopped at about 3-4am I ran inside to a petrol garage store and got us two big cups of coffee to warm us up! It was boiling outside we must be getting south! I didn't want to get back on the bus :( the coffee warmed us a little but not for long! We learnt our lesson, we are getting a blanket for the next ...
... each week I presume to pull. There were a lot of Brits and a handful of
Americans who were all ridiculously friendly. The bars were pretty ****, they
seemed like they were open purely for the crawl once a week. I got to the semi
final of the tournament without losing a game but then was destroyed by a
Chinese girl. Destroyed at rock paper scissors.
We ended the night with a couple of cool Irish guys and some
... back to the cars, we were hungry and went to the nearby downtown area to grab some excellent Mexican food and hit Whole Foods for wine and snacks. Then, we headed back to the cabin and Marimar and Rose (Jonathan's roommates) met us there to spend the night as well. For the rest of the evening, we played board games, laughed and chatted until the wine and food made us sleepy. We then separated to the different bedrooms and drifted to sleep.
... relieves them of any responsibility. anyway eventually we piled into our Luxury Van and fearing that the roof would scrape the car park roof we snuck out and suddenly found ourselves in 4 lanes of traffic hurtling along at 70mph (120 kmh). Having plenty of time we took the "scenic" route to Sacramento, heading south to Gilroy (taking in the fragrant garlic smells from the USA largest garlic processing area), then going east to ...
... into Sausalito where we spent an hour having lunch in the park. A very nice little area with lovely views of the bay when they cleared up a bit. We headed back and stopped at the Lucas Arts building for a photo with Yoda! Then we headed back to Fisherman's wharf to return home. We passed a very cool little spy shop, which was fun to look at (the teddy bear sky cam was, admittedly, creepy!). Obviously they pointed out a lot of the sites to us and the ...