Holiday Inn San Mateo-San Francisco SFO
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... Steve were inside talking boy stuff. They are both engineers and so you can just imagine some of their conversations. They had a great time together. Jane had to go to the Christian Coffee Shop she helps manage for awhile. At 3.30pm we left for the airport and arrived about 4.50pm. The service was amazing. As soon as we stepped out of the car a man was there to take our bags and had us checked in in about 5 ...
... head was spinning by the time we got out an hour and a half later. After a visit to the living roof which is basically a rooftop garden we went down to the aquarium where we spent a very interesting two hours watching some fascinating sea creatures . By the time we got out it was 5pm.
We were meeting Derek and Laura at the Tuba restaurant at 7:30 so we had ...
... that went back our way for sure. There was a sigh of relief when we got on the bus and to honest I was glad the day was over. It was just one of them write off days!
As we were going over the bridge a crazy low laying fog came over and you couldn’t even see the bridge. It was like we were in a tunnel, then there was a little break in the fog and we could see the beautiful sunset and the sky glowing yellow, which was at least something positive in a negative ...
... and thrived. Smelly elephant seals graced the shores lying languidly in the sand occasionally flipping sand on themselves and worm wriggling into place. Pottering otters were also spotted floating quietly in a nearby lake. As we drove to Yosemite, Tom was amazed that the girls had chatted constantly for a couple of days now and had not posed for a breath. Even when Katy unleashed the mixed cd she had made from their puberty days, they would sing along to every ballad, ...
... the following day.
After the de Young, Misti treated us to lunch at her favorite restaurant on Clement Street and we had Burmese food for the first time. Move over Thai food! The flavours were wonderful. We shared 4 plates of Misti's choice - the Tea Salad, the Rainbow Salad, a noodle curry dish and deep fried tofu squares with a sauce. I'm going to have to try making some.
All in all, a very satisfying day!