Red Cottage Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the actors was up on the pier. It was all a bit strange and also in Spanish and it was definitely not a documentary. Evan called telenovela early on but that's hardly surprising because he says that whenever he hears someone speaking Spanish. Anyway, Darcy got to watch them clack the clacker (blackboard thingy, I don't know what it's called), shout action and film a couple of takes. We sat on the pier about 5 metres to the right and watched, so as you can imagine, this was ...
... We walked down mission street to grant street and market street so that Ross could take his cvs in to a few advertising agencies hoping for work experience next summer. It was warm and sunny today with a little breeze. the breeze got stronger as we walked down market street towards the pier, we made a diversion through jackson square to the piers. Ross wanted to go into another advertising agency. I just wait outside whilst he does this like a Lennon! :) we then went over ...
... was the longest suspension bridge in the world with a span of 4,200 feet. The colour of the bridge is an orange which is officially called Golden gate international orange. Apparently the colour was selected because it complements the natural surroundings and enhances the bridge's visibility in fog. It is an impressive structure with great dizzying views down 200 Ft below to the bay and shores. The Art ...
... the Safeway there for lunch. Honestly, the supermarkets here are crazy. My then we were up to our eighth punnet of berries....raspberries / blueberries for $3...how could you say no?! We had lunch in the park there and it felt like we were in Perth, such lovely weather. After we finished had a chat with the fireies who had one of their massive trucks parked along the foreshore, they have a drivers seat at the back so that they can turn the truck ...
... and the handmade crafts. And you need to go to Kerala and stay in a houseboat and tour the tea plantations …." And he laid out our whole trip for us. And of course we are going to his wedding! Early in the planning process I was trying to squeeze everything into two weeks, until I thought "Imagine trying to see the U.S. in just two weeks!" Not that three weeks is all that different, but at least it feels like we're making a ...