Pleasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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So the past two days we have been in San Fransisco and have had an amazing time, what a wonderful city. We visited Muir wood to see the giant redwoods, it's beautiful and peaceful and the redwoods really are huge, one of the attached photos shows mum and dad in the bottom right hand corner, it should give the tree size some perspective. We also visited pier 39, Fishermans Wharf, took a cable car to the wibbly wobbly road ...
... system.. We couldn't see what she looked like due to immense piercings and tattoos. It was a little frightening to say the least, but we were mesmerized by the art everywhere.
... to walk up and even down. But the views were amazing, and I found a little laneway called Macondray Lane which had beautiful houses on one side and lush gardens on the hill on the other. I could glimpse inside a couple of them and saw the spectacular views to Alcatraz through their windows. I spoke to a man going into his house and he agreed that moving house is a nightmare!
I walked up and back down Lombard Street which I ...
... the ferry to the top of the rock, the location of the cell block. En route, she gave us detailed information about the various escape attempts of the desperate inmates who tried to leave the island in a range of ingenious ways. In the 30 years of its operation, there were no confirmed escapes from what was touted as being the ultimate inescapable prison. However, there were several attempts, two of which cannot be confirmed as unsuccessful as the inmates were never found. ...
... watching lots of movies, taking a few naps, and eventually making it home safely. It is still weird that we flew for so long but ended up getting home on the same day that we left due to the international date line. I drive out to Colorado this weekend (with the generous help of Emily) and start work on June 25th. I have no idea how long this adventure will last but, as always, I intend to make the best of it every step of the ...