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... modern. It was in the "Tenderloin District" (a choice cut of meat but not a choice district) but in the block adjoining the upscale shopping district and the high end hotels, a pretty ideal location as it turned out.
San Francisco is a lot like Halifax only much larger – lots of hills, two suspension bridges and a lot of interesting-looking people. We met the “birdman of ...
... was the band saw used to cut the redwoods in the logging era. Pretty cool.
Finally our trip was ending. We got back on 101 and hit the road for home. It seemed like a longer way back, but isn't that the way it always is. We were able to stop in Santa Rosa for dinner and ended up at a wonderful Indian restaurant. It was exotic and perfect. A great way to end the trip.
... couldn't read all the words! Lily had said she didn't need help, and she read her own report on "The Cheetah", doing a nice job. Her most interesting fact was that Cheetahs can run up to 60 mph in short bursts. Several sources consulted on the number of cubs differed. One said "two", and that's what Lily went with.
After the presentations, we had another visit from a wildlife specialist, who talked to us and demonstrated various birds. The afternoon ended with ...
... disques, avec leur son de clochette qui indiquait quand tourner la page). En 2002, un musée a été consacré à son art à proximité du Redwood Empire Ice Arena (mieux connu sous le nom de Snoopy’s Home Ice parce qu’il appartenait à Schultz et reste encore largement décoré avec Snoopy comme thème).
Je ne savais toutefois pas que Santa Rosa avait lancé le programme « Peanuts on Parade », un autre hommage à Schulz, qui consiste en ...
... to explore the town and have a nice lunch. Ever since I saw Sonoma on The Bachelor when Ben was on it, as it was his home town I thought it looked so nice and it was! Sonoma is bigger than Healdsburg but has the same town square in it so they look similar. I walked around and looked at all the shops and also saw a heap of small wineries in town, including Ben's so it was the perfect first town to visit in wine country.
After that, I drove to ...