Diablo Mountain Inn
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We had a bit of a sleep in this morning and then headed to breakfast at the hotel. Mark did gym for the first time and loved it. We then headed to Fisherman's Wharf to look around for a bit. After a quick tour of Chinatown, we headed back to the wharf for some lunch. Mark had a cheese, bacon burger and I had a salad. We then tried some delicious ice cream. Mark had red hot banana (which was like big red mixed with banana) and milk and honey. ...
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... rocking to and fro and flapping his hands. We encountered two people having some quiet time on the foothpath reading the paper and we encountered a woman in maybe her early thirties shouting at the top of her voice, “**** your Thanksgiving Day, I don’t want your ******* free turkey. I want to **** in your mouth!” Begging cups were absent.
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