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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was until we met a nice couple from Sydney at our local last night. They told us to go to a store close by called UNI CLOSE where for $70 you could get light, down filled puffer style jackets that folded up into a little bag. What a find, no more than a couple of hundred grams each and fits in a cute little bag. Next stop Fossil to check out the wallets, surprise, ...
... It came with a plastic bib that said 'lets get cracking' and nut crackers. I wasn't expecting crab when I ordered it so that was a pleasant surprise. It was FANTASTIC. The sunset over the bay and the Golden Gate in the far distance was beautiful too.
We decided that 5 blocks uphill was too much to walk in the dark so got a cab right at the front of the pier and a $5 cab fare saw us back in our room by 9.15. All in all a fantastic day.
Driving - I wouldn't recommend driving in San Francisco ONLY because the hills are insane and so is parking. I will fully admit I'm not the best driver but I can't imagine trying to not only parallel park on a really narrow street but on an extremely steep hill! At home I drive standard and I cannot even fathom the though of driving to drive up the crazy hills. I had visited San Francisco when I was really young and even then the only thing I remember ...
... to see nearly all of it though, including another touchpool, as well as swamp, rainforest and coastal exhibits. I also trick William into touching some buttons (you know how keen little kids are to touch buttons all the time!), which was actually a small simulation of an electric eel zap! William wasn’t too impressed…
We gather everyone up and Lavinia, Miranda and William go to the planetarium show while I take George around ...
After two days with nothing on our plate, I was going to be finishing my stay in London with three straight days of social engagements. On Saturday, we were going to Hoki’s son Richard’s for dinner. On Sunday, we were going to the house of one of Hoki’s niece Agnes’ long ago school-friends for dinner. They were interested in train travel, so Agnes had made email introductions for all of us before we had even left on this ...