Rosewood Sand Hill
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... the kind of understanding that might only come from traveling alone . . .of the importance of others, those from our past who have shaped who we are, but more importantly those in our lives in the here and now.
Oh, and one more . . . .how to wear a scarf and really sport a man purse
... opportunities! We made our way to the Golden Gate Bridge where we stopped for an opportunity to walk on the bridge and take some photos. Our touring continued to Twin Peaks for another photo opportunity then through Japantown, the Civic Center and SOMA (South of Market). We went back to Fisherman’s Wharf for a boat ride in the harbour under the Golden Gate Bridge around Alcatraz & then we had some free time this afternoon for some shopping & ...
San Francisco was the USA connection to Canada unfortunately while we were there for five hours we didn't get leave the airport mostly because Sue's scooter was no longer working when we arrived, fortunately we only had to get to Gate 91, there were more than a hundred.
We tried to recharge it but this didn't help, so we just had to move on to Vancouver to fix things there but not before we got a few ...
... and we went to her campus to drink some iced tea. We chilled on the grass with her roommate Monica.
Later, we hung out with Mohini's friend Tory and ate free pizza. The free pizza reminded me of the events Regis hosted to get students to go to things by offering free food and drinks.
In the evening, people were playing the movie Space Jam outside! My childhood! Mohini's friend Samir showed up and we watched the movie together.
What a fantastic city. We stayed in Japan Town, ate the most amzing Thai meal (surprising the staff with our 'fluent' Thai language) and we were in America.
First stop was to get poor Jessi's ear sorted, she had a whopping temp a leaky ear and was in so much pain, yet we still draged her round! Thinking back on what we put the kids through, they did so well, so proud of them, of all of us! Even days when one of us were too tired and couldn't ...