Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/San Mateo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The day started with us heading back to Jesuit High so we could pick up the boys after their two nights with their host families. After the family photos and hugs goodbye were done Denza Knap spoke on behalf of the boys and said thanks to the families for their hospitality. The boys then spontaneously organised a Haka, much to the delight of their new families.
Once the farewells were completed, the coaches took the boys aside to talk about ...
... feature about people across the bay adopting storm drains locally and taking time out of their lives to clear them in the hopes that when the rains come they will be prepared, not only for floods, but to keep the rain that's falling. Drought for me has always been signified by hose pipe bans, and I remember walking past people's homes sometimes, and seeing their sprinklers on and thinking 'you just don't care do you', but apparently here, despite the fact that ...
... first 100 men would get free food and alcohol. How shocked they would all be when the next day they woke up on their way to Shanghai. Sheeeesh.
After this fabulous story, the rest of the tour seemed to pale in comparison. My head was awash with sailors and crimps and swashbuckling on the high seas, while we learnt a few more crazy stories and examined the famous Transamerica Pyramid, nicknamed Pereira’s Prick (very tastefully, after ...
... all around. There was a big crowd there but we managed to get ourselves a very comfy spot in shade, sitting on a rock and tree stump with a fallen tree stump behind us supporting our backs, a couple of natural chairs. The support band Vetiver were a pretty good young band and The Zombies came on with a big welcome from the crowd. The band consisted of the two main guys from the original Zombies, Colin Blunstone on vocals ...
... thing I saw was a pale pink scarf with stuffing in the ends, and then sewn on were nipples. It hung down at just the right level.
I had heard of Sausalito, but didn't really know much about it. Apparently to live there you need to be a singer/actor, or someone working at Silicon Valley. The houses on the top of the hills sell for around 10 million, midway down the hills, 7 million, and the bottom, without a view, 1.5 million. We saw the spot where ...