Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Sumner
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... cab finally rocks up, wasn't ours was dropping someone off, any way we jumped in. Checking the score on the way Giants are down by 4 runs in the 2nd innings, do we go home. Nah, went to Buckley's. Ordered some doubles for the first time, told by the waiter that the bartender tends to be more generous with the nip pouring of doubles. So had a few drinks, got a feed, watched San Fran lose by 10 or 11 in the end and headed ...
... Coffee that sold all kinds of vegan and gluten/dairy free products. It just made me think about how behind the times things are back in Lincoln - but I'm slowly learning about the general state of things in the world. England certainly isn't the only home to backwards places like Lincoln, but the take up seems to be pretty slow. Trying to work out the differences, and the answers to why it's like that is going to take a bit more insight!
They had some live ...
... John is still not 100% which is worrying me but he want do anything about it either! hopefully by resting up today he will be fine for tomorrow as we will be doing plenty of walking I suspect. We had our next Pinnacle dinner tonight which was the Le Cirque menu which is copied from the famous New York restaurant of the same name. I had the Le Trio which was salmon caviar and page while John had ...
still plenty of giddy children enjoying the sunshine and superjets. We ate our
market fresh sandwiches and ventured in. The fountain was indeed magical: as
the first drops of water touched our skin we were transformed into our child
selves, screaming and cavorting through the water with arms outstretched and
mouths open. I’m not sure how long we frolicked, but finally we calmed down and
took our subdued soaking bodies back to the sunny ...
... herself and burning the ends off cigarettes. Almost every city I've ever been to has a beggar population, and it's still hard for me to know how to engage with them. Most of the people I've seen just ignore them, which I guess is practical, but saddening none the less.
Ice cream was consumed, and we were drawn by a friendly caricaturist with a beard ponytail. Our stroll took us to a boardwalk that jutted out in one section to make a kind of round pier the size of a ...