Howard Johnson Express Inn South San Francisco
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... nothing much was happening; however we decided to go on in, and it's a full-on shopping mall like Karrinyup or similar ! We had lunch at a Japanese cafe there, and then looked through some very flash upmarket shops. More walking led us to St. Patrick's church. We went in, and John visited all the statues around the pillars and was happy with that. He loves churches. Walking on to Ellis Street and we looked at a couple of places that have ...
... tour. Our room, 218 is great, with a lovely view over the Oakland bridge and the water. Plenty of activity in the area surrounding the hotel, with stalls selling jewelry and other things all set up in the courtyards between us and the pier. We went for a walk around the pier and saw all the nice markets undercover with plenty of popular cafes and food stalls too. At 6pm there was a Meet and Greet ...
... been worn as a top and a cardigan and a scarf. The sarong has mostly been worn as a scarf but in many different ways (I like to play with it) and also a skirt on laundry days.
The wardrobe has been more than sufficient at the moment, but it has been fairly cold, and our clothes mostly can bare wearing for more than one day.
My $20 boots (which were to hold me over till I got my Western Boots from San Diego) died on the way to San Francisco. Because ...
... the sea lions at Pier 39, (the second time for Pascale and Daddy but a first for Mummy and I) which were funny and cute but veeeerrrrrryyyy stinky.
After this we were condemned to two hours of education at the Explanatoriom, (actually called the Exploratorium but renamed by Daddy) which was very cool as long as you pretended it wasn't educational at all. It was basically a couple of large floors of freaky gadgets to play and experiment with, (you ...
... a very very long line that was going very slowly. I think all Airports were being extra careful today.
Then we had to go to Gate 59. My leg is certainly getting the walking that the doctor wanted, that's for sure.
So the nice man was waiting for us when we arrived at San Francisco and he took us to the loveliest hotel that Brad booked for us. The foyer is full of overstuffed chairs and wing back chairs in front of a fire and the ...
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