Holiday Inn Express San Pablo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we had a big day out with extranomical tours, our bus was picking us up from the hotel at 6am and we were making our way to Yosemite National park. Liam was grumpy when we left our hotel as he was up early and was hungry. I had given him some orange juice which he left in the hotel room and brought along some fruit. In the end I said to get some sleep, and we both drifted off along the two hour first stretch to Oakdale, cowboy capital! It was here ...
... for all of us) is awesome. San Francisco marches to a whole different beat and I like it! Our travels today were good. No running through the airport this time. Instead, we took a cab to the airport over the Queensboro Bridge, which Dylan loved as the train tracks sit double-decker style over the roadway, before strolling through JFK to meet our plane. On the ...
... the meat and whilst it was tasty we thought maybe street dim sum wasn't our favourite! We headed out of Chinatown towards the museum district. We were hoping to go the Ansel Adams museum and the SFMOMA but ended up in neither! Turns out the Ansel Adams museum doesn't exist any more, we should have had used a more up to date guide book, an the SFMOMA was shut for refurbishment! Annoying. Defeated, we headed back to Castro and quickly freshened up before heading out for dinner ...
... We struggled to contain their big runners, but we scrambled well on defence and recognised the need to tackle low.
Though we were down 10-12 at half time (Roidan 2 tries, us a converted try and penalty) we had shown enough to be quietly confident of getting on top in the second half.
2nd Half - 41-17
Tries Brayton Northcott-Hill (2), Cody Mackinder, Liam Blyde, Justin Bishop
Conversions Brayton Northcott-Hill (3)
Today is D-day. I gave myself until the end of the week to press confirm. All week I signed into my account, looked over my proposed flight itinerary, then at the confirm button. "Is today the day I actually press the button?" I asked myself repeatedly. "no..." is how I answered all week. "Why?" "I'm afraid I'm not ready. What about my Bible studies here? And Papa? Can I really leave ...