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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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We got a good start Sunday morning. Just as a West wind picked up knocking our already low mileage down. We were not sure what to expect, heading through Lake Tahoe on a Sunday and Father's Day besides. We were about to find out! The old V-10 had all she wanted of the Eldorado National Forest of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Climbing from 4000 ft through two summits over 7000 ...
... but also a social reformer, a model farmer and a visionary. One of his favourite quotes more or less encapsulates our own adventure around North America.
Yosemite Valley National Park was next. It is fantastically beautiful with its steep cliffs, domed rocks and cascading waterfalls. We enjoyed it immensely, unfortunately so did many thousands of other tourists. It was impossible to get ...
Once the wrap-up was finished, Lily and I went back to our tent. We got our suitcases and wheeled them to the office, where we checked out and returned our flashlight. Then we went to the gift shop next door. Lily chose a plush cheetah as her souvenir of her safari program. We rolled our bags to the car and headed for San Francisco again. We left just after 10:30 and were home around noon. It was good to be back in the City, but we did have a lovely time.
... our marriage licence from the Marin Civic Centre, just up the road from their house, the last commission of Frank Lloyd Wright, completed in 1962 after his death and one of the most interesting modern civic buildings I have ever seen. In the days before the wedding, Dave took us on their boat to Angel Island in SF Bay where we had a great hike and picnic with 360 degree views of the bay. We had a pre-wedding lunch at a beautiful restaurant, ...
... en temps pour explorer à sa guise, et mon dos non plus.
We are using our time in San Francisco to fulfill some lifelong dreams of mine, one of them involving travel to Santa Rosa, a sleepy suburb some 80 km north of San Francisco. And all for Peanuts! The town had among its most famous residents none other than Charles M. Schulz, creator of Snoopy, whose adventures I read and listened to hundreds of times as a kid (that was way ...