Red Cottage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Turnbull so that was cool. After we had seen everything there we headed to the de young gallery across the park but sadly it was closed for the day. We went for lunch at a fantastic diner on Haight st called the pork shop. I had a breakfast quesadilla which was huge! We also visited amoeba records which was cool but I could have spent the whole day there. We decided to do a bit of a tiki tour around the city so ...
San Francisco: 37.8° S, 122.4° W; 12°C (54°F)
Our voyage back to Tierra del Fuego did not take us across the Drake Lake, but also did not force us to endure the Drake Shake either. We had good swells; anti-nausea patches bloomed en masse, but fortunately I was fine without one. Shirley and I channeled Christmas one sea-day and worked on a two-pieces-missing puzzle of Emperor penguins.
Before we ...
... top, with massive hairpieces to boot, but everything came together in the end for a great finale (that involved Snow White turning into Madonna and marrying Elvis who had not yet left the building).
It was definitely a fun night out, and I'd recommend giving it a look if you're ever in the area. Of course it was getting late when we got back to the hotel, so after a quick spot of watching TV, we called it a night. peace out from San Fransisco xo.
... tells the young girl her future man is tall, the young girl states her boyfriend is only 5ft 9" and yodas reply is " well its taller than 5ft 7" I'm now having doubts. But there is a younger ugly ******* speaking to someone in a private room. I want her. Jamie's incredible negotiating skills he manages to haggle the $65 each down to $20 each. All while the two young ladys are getting royally ripped off! So I'm first up, I put on my poker face on and walk in for ...
... to Pier 39. Admittedly a complete tourist trap, but great fun to saunter along. We went to check out the sea lions that hang out on wooden platforms by the pier. One particularly boisterous young male (not Benjamin, a sea lion) kept us entertained by continuously knocking other sea lions off the platform.
We carried on along the Wharf, stopping to watch a sword swallower on the way. Almost immediately Sam was "volunteered" to take part. ...