Maple Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... especially the woman. She had crazy purple, curly hair and she was as small as a 12 yr old. They gave us some great tips about what to see and do in New York, which was helpful, but not sure how much I can remember. The bus never showed, and by this point we weren't having any luck with public transport in SF. So what did Mike decide, he decided that we should walk. (By the way, we were on our way to the crookedest street in San Fran, aka the wobbly wobbly ...
It wasn't a particularly busy day, but I was entrusted with a trip to San Francisco to drop some corks into the winery so that Scott (the winemaker) could bottle some samples. Paul and ************** to Washington DC on Saturday to meet some customers and are hoping to sell a little ...
... place that has everything we need, including comfortable beds!!!! A hot shower and some Breakfast is in order before heading out on a mission (impossible?) to find an alternative to transporting 2kids around the city. Rather than have 1 kid (Georgia) in an ergobaby sling and Charlie walking, Robyn was very clear in what she wanted to do for the day. Certainly there was no if buts or maybe. I remember before ...
... to The California pizza kitchen for some crazy pizza and then headed out after on mason street to Ruby Skye which is San Francisco's premier nightclub. After Ruby Skye we went to the club next door named sliders where you have to slide down the slippery dip to get to the bar. On the 29th we woke up early and went to golden gate park and spent the day wandering around the botanical gardens, the Japanese tea gardens and went to the top of an observatory where you could ...
... and cruise from Prague to Hamburg from Nov 17 to Nov 20 to spend time with Walter and Ulla in Hamburg.
May 21: I have returned from Cuba and Mexico City, and will try to complete my travelogue by the end of next week. Please stay tuned; you will not be disappointed.
May 9: I'm off to Mexico City tomorrow for ten days. I'm off for (Syria was canceled) and Turkey on September 13 for 22 days. On October 31, I'm off ...