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... and enduring some below par motels but had a great time anyway. 1st meeting was with the guru of prune research, Ted De Jong and Sarah Castro, prune researcher. We had a look at the Prune breeding and selection foundation block then moved on to the experimental block which has all the original varieties. This program has been running for many years and is a joint venture between UC Davis & the US Prune Association. They estimated that there may be as ...
After a sleepless 11 hour flight I arrived in San Francisco 3 hours after I had set off. My first bit of advice for anyone crossing the border into America is border control take themselves very, very seriously. They do not smile, they do not wish you a good trip. After an intense interrogation about who Ben was, what he did, how I knew him etc. he seemed satisfied that I was meeting a real person, and I was sent on my way.
Ben picked me ...
It's the night before we leave for California. Peter is graciously letting us have the Pascoe family wagon - we flight out, nab it, and race it xcountry Smokey and the Bandit style. But with fewer cops and more cowboy hats, hopefully.
Susan came over to pack today, and the girls are slightly discombobulated from running so fast from camp to California and were exhausted when we packed.
Luckily, Jordan made a crumble. We're about to eat it. ...
But after her graduation, it was all errands and shopping trips for me and the family preparing for my very own graduation and summer in D.C. There was a buzz and excitement in my house the days between my sister's ceremony and leading up to my own that was invigorating and refreshing, particularly for my mom who had never looked so proud in her life. But after 5 years, countless classes, and far too many major declarations, I found myself on the end of a ...
My final day in San Francisco started with a trip to one of the plush hotels on Union Square, as we attempted to reach the 33rd floor for a picturesque view of the city, as recommended by Onelica's sister, Veronica. As we weren't guests this involved quietly shuffling past security and making a beeline for the lifts. Unfortunately, the lift would not take us any higher than the 32nd floor, as the roof was closed, so we took in the view from the glass lifts, which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center