Pacific Inn of Redwood City
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... the cable car coming in the opposite direction passed us!
We ate dinner at the hotel restaurant - a Middle Eastern themed eatery. We ordered a lovely selection of small plates to share which was just enough.
Before bed, we hung up our Christmas stockings, wrapped our presents, and put them under the tree - well actually it was a picture of a Christmas tree that Stella drew. It's very strange to be in a hotel for Christmas.
... got to hang on the side of the tram for an exhilerating ride as the cable car charged up and down the steep streets enjoying the great views on offer along the way. 'Landing' back at Market Street we did a bit more shopping (shoes were on the menu today :) before I retired to the hotel whilst the girls continued on their mission. After a brief break in the hotel, we ventured out to the Indian ...
... each week I presume to pull. There were a lot of Brits and a handful of
Americans who were all ridiculously friendly. The bars were pretty ****, they
seemed like they were open purely for the crawl once a week. I got to the semi
final of the tournament without losing a game but then was destroyed by a
Chinese girl. Destroyed at rock paper scissors.
We ended the night with a couple of cool Irish guys and some
Well Hello there again!
Blogs are appearing pretty frequent again as we have been doing a LOT! So from Santa Cruz we left for Yosemite national park on Wednesday the 2nd of July before continuing our drive up to San Francisco. It was an extremely long drive but all three of us were keen about going. And it was well worth it- one of the best natural spots we have been too. (Definitely one of our favorite days since we have been travelling!) The national ...
... was not needed. Apparently it occurs each Saturday and should not be missed.
Then to the rock - Alcatraz ........ Excellent facility maintained by the Parks Service, the audio tour included in the ticket cost of $30, prebook because they were selling the next available tour 5 days in advance. Great history though chilling at times and there goes 4 hours.
Did I mention no walking somewhere ? Boy did we walk. Don't take the trolley up ...