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... permission to park my RV in her lot. Her only direction to me was, "Be out by 7 am!", as she looked me up and down with contempt and indignance. This was all occurring in the ironically named Pleasanton, California. On the website, I was directed to the list of locations that were "off limits" for this behaviour because it was felt that customer safety could not be reasonably counted on...yikes. Pleasanton, apparently appropriately named for ...
... with most being 500 -600 years old and some 1000 years old. A very pristine and wonderful place to spend a couple of hours.
Came back to a sea side village named Sausalito for 1 1/2 hours then onto the Bay ferry for trip back to city. The fog rolled in causing the ferry to crawl whilst sounding the horn, Back at the terminal grabbed a meal and then caught the Muni train back to our B& B, arriving about 8 pm. So a full day.
... thought she was being very brave and was pleased when she saw her again - still in one piece!
As we were early in to town we had to keep occupied so went to the Slanted Door restaurant and luckily found two nice big leather couches ready for us to occupy. The cocktails were impressive as were the fresh spring rolls and oysters - six different types of oysters to choose from, we had a mixture of just ...
... the Safeway there for lunch. Honestly, the supermarkets here are crazy. My then we were up to our eighth punnet of berries....raspberries / blueberries for $3...how could you say no?! We had lunch in the park there and it felt like we were in Perth, such lovely weather. After we finished had a chat with the fireies who had one of their massive trucks parked along the foreshore, they have a drivers seat at the back so that they can turn the truck ...
... in St. Peter's Square hearing Pope Francis give his Sunday Angelus
2) My rudimentary Italian being immediately put to the test by our Rome driver (he was so excited I was Sicilian and he was Calabrese!)
3) Wandering the streets of Rome and finding something beautiful, ancient, and intriguing around every corner
1) Walking through the ...