- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... close with....so another box ticked.
We headed back over to San Francisco, over the fog covered Golden Gate Bridge. Its pretty surreal to see the levels of fog that is on the Bay. It is tipping 30 degrees Celcius, and the bridge is covered in fog. I used to associate fog with cool mornings - not any more.
We hopped onto the next leg of our tour, the Bay Cruise. This took us out to under the ...
... it all in. I really enjoyed the experience and was just so completely entertained - it was so different from our two months in Truckee and was exactly what I wanted to see! Erik found a place to grab a baked pork bun and dim sum, and we walked to the closest park we could find. The park was full of a mixture of homeless people, clusters of people playing cards and dice, and a handful of families near the playground. We sat in the middle of them all to enjoy ...
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Part Three of the Visa Mess (the day started at 4:00am and ended at 9:00pm) On Wednesday night before going to bed, my weary and disappointed self set the alarm for 4:02am and my wonderful dad did likewise. And by 4:20am (a mere few hours later), we were out the door and on our way to San Francisco – ready for battle. After a second day in SF and a full day of waiting in the room of doom, I blankly stated that if I didn’t get in line by 5:30am, it wasn’t even ...
... at and the drive itself took on a nightmarish quality, as excruciatingly tight bends next to sheer drops into the ocean with zero visibility, stopped being fun and became downright dangerous.
It was with some relief that we pulled into The Big Sur Cabins and Campgrounds. Apparently this was only the tenth day of rain this winter - California is in the midst of a serious drought - so we were unlucky. When it eventually stopped, we could explore a little and it ...