The Domain Hotel - a Joie de Vivre Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... crazy aunty?!?! Anyway they were gorgeous people and had a great conversation with them all. Talking travel, weather, San Fran, Florida, and of course Oz. We made it back to dry land, took our bikes back, and with the cable car still not running, we sat on the replacement bus for 20 minutes, no driver, of course. Another young Aussie couple threw in the towel and decided to catch a cab. I was secretly hoping they'd offer to share, and that they did. Jumped in the ...
Saturday was spent sight seeing and shopping in San Fran. It's such a busy city with lots going on! I explored the north beach area which has lots of bars and restaurants and ate at a lovely little Italian restaurant. I haven't had time to some ...
... on Trevor and Sheila’s patio and enjoyed the balmy weather. It’s covered by a peaked roof and is surrounded by beautiful plantings. The architecture and decorations remind me of Hawaii which is a favorite place for them. Then they took us to their favorite Italian restaurant for dinner.
Trevor gave me a Garmin GPS which he hasn’t used in a couple years. ...
... me. It is not to say that it isn't preferable to do so; it is merely a bravery that I cannot fathom. I am not claiming that I am not just as naive as the rest, because I am. Probably more so in fact. I simply enjoy being aware of my naiveté and my "tiny importance" (I recently gave up the word insignificance for this better, more appropriate phrase).
I do not want to ensconce myself in some sort of romantic heroinism (a ...
These last few weeks have passed by with indescribable swiftness. I leave for Prague in just 4 short days and I already know that they will be nothing more than a blur of last minute preparations and goodbyes. The fact that I will be living in a foreign country for the next 5 months of my life has not yet hit me and I am almost positive that it wont until I am moved in and settle in my new ...