Diablo Mountain Inn
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... that's all over the next few days. Places are preparing for Independence Day celebrations and Lyal is gearing up for a great birthday celebration too. We had lunch at Mel's Drive In, which is set up like Al's Diner in Happy Days. Very well done and US flags and bunting covered the ceiling and walls too, especially for the celebrations tomorrow. Since this is a test, I'd be grateful to receive some comments, so as I know people are receiving ...
I'm so excited to be on my way to Israel tomorrow afternoon out of SFO! I will take off from SFO around 7:30pm on July 2, have a 9-hour layover in London, and land in Tel Aviv at 5:30am on July 4.
Everyone I know who's done Birthright has had an awesome experience, and I can't wait to share my stories with you!
I'll upload posts and photos here whenever I'm able! Shalom!
... excellent for what it cost us, plus we had free parking and wi-fi. This made it great value as nearly all the hotels in San Francisco charge anything up to $45 a day for parking...!!! As it was now nearly eight o'clock we had a quick freshen up and headed out for Fisherman's Wharf to track down a nice restaurant for some dinner. As soon as we stepped out of the hotel I was straight back up to our room to get something warmer to wear, as it was quite chilly and a bit windy here ...
... a couple things and they let us slide.
After that, we just had time for a quick drink and it was time to board. The flight itself was fine. Swiss Air is always nice. We each watched a move on the plane (Frozen for me, Hobbit for P, and Last Vegas for C), had chicken or cheese spaetzle for dinner and then slept until there were 3 hours left on the flight....
... our freebies we taxied up to the Italian quarter for another yummy dinner and stroll around all the streets with the restaurants. As we were then feeling energetic we walked a few blocks to one of the main tourist attractions Lombard St. This is one of the steepest streets in San Francisco, and because of this it attracted bogans who wanted to scream down it. So they have now made it into the curliest street in ...