Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa
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... because it had a bowling alley. The grown-ups enjoyed dinner dates at the hotel restaurant, while the kids enjoyed ordering room service and watching a movie.
Quote of the day:
"It's only going to be 105 degrees today!" ...
... redwood trees of Marin County.
After a delicious lunch in Mill Valley we headed off to Tiburon down the coast, however, we missed a left turn and had to backtrack which meant it was a heads down cycle all the way.
Alas, we missed the ferry back to SF and as it was a 2 hour wait for the next one we had to turn back to Sausalito.
Back in Sausalito we joined a huge queue for the ferry only to ...
... replied that that was fine and that we could leave. However, he then changed his mind and told us to fill out a card while he went upstairs to check something.
What should have been a snobby dismissal turned into one of the more interesting wine tastings on the trip. As Jonathan filled out the form, a lady was standing in the lobby with a miniature pony wearing ridiculous boots. She enthusiastically explained that Winnie was a therapy pony and that we could pet her ...
... her, poor little love.
Emma is having lots of moments with Dylan where all she can see and hear is her younger self talking back to her. Makes us smile a lot. Cheeky little boy. Looking forward to seeing what the grandparents make of the comparison.
We arrived about 3pm this afternoon, and went for a wander to some local shops. Stocked up on some treats - ice cream, cup ...
After breakfast at the Bakery at the Harbor (best bagels ever) we left Seward and headed north on the Seward Highway towards Anchorage (there is only one way in and out of Seward - thus we had to backtrack for 130+ miles to Palmer) - beautiful morning. We stopped and took some shots of the wetland areas and 2 trumpeter swans. While waiting in a construction line, a young couple asked the flag person to take their picture - hey why not? You ...