Rosewood Sand Hill
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... we noticed how crazy the traffic was to get into the car park for the view point so we quickly parked whilst we could see a free one and decided to walk up to the bridge. We got to the viewpoint, it’s overcast but still a beauty of a bridge. We snap a few photos and get a nice family to take one of both of us before heading back to the car. It was quite chilly, so we walked back and decided that we still had all afternoon left with not much to see or do on this overcast chilly day. ...
... playground. There were the usual climbing frames and slides, but also two concrete slides! He loved those! The idea is to sit on cardboard to go down them, but the kids kept losing the cardboard halfway down! How Owen didn't get a hole in his shorts I'll never know! There was an old carousel at the park too which we all had a ride on :) We also went back to Pier 39 for some lunch and ...
... for this volume of people. Bob and I went for lunch (3 pancakes stack with berries and maple syrup). At least we got a seat each. We were able to check in when we returned at 2.30 and then we met up with the other Bob at 5pm and went for a beer. At 8.15pm I watched Queen Elizabeth manoeuvre out of Pier 35 and set a course for her next port of Honolulu after another four days at sea. There was quite a crowd of us watching with ...
Breakfast was an option of freshly made waffles and maple syrup, porridge, fresh fruit and yoghurt, an assortment of pastries and the all important coffee. Breakfast of champions! We hit the road early in an attempt to conquer as much of Yosemite in one day as is humanly possible. Just outside of Yosimite National Park is Mono Lake, a beautiful well kept secret. The lake is a phenomena really and again so incredibly unique. The lake is on the edge of the Great Basin, an ...
... it were messages of condolences for Robin Williams.
We then had to head to the city to return the hire car. Very busy city and difficult to find an address when you don't know the area and road directions. Finally found it and dropped off the car. We then looked around town. Boys found some more sports stores (for something different). We then caught ...