San Carlos Inn
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... nights sleep! We had to be outside to meet the tour bus at 7:55, which didn't turn up til 8:45 but it was a nice morning we waited outside. We got on the bus which had no windows - and by this point was freezing - and drove 45 minutes to their tour offices where we picked up our tickets for muir woods. We then get on another bus and headed over the Golden Gate Bridge, to Muir woods - which was so pretty! We walked around one of the ...
... meeting clients and business partners on the business trip, the family can enjoy in the new place. Once the meetings get over, the executive can join the family for fun and enjoyment. This gives the family an opportunity to visit new places, new cities and even new countries.
However, many executives take advantage of the business trip and try to chip in expenses of the family vacation from there ...
... are cheap for what they are.. Like $500 instead of $1200 in Australia.
The Americans are finding Carol and my accent hard to understand, that was a surprise to me. Although my parents can't even understand me half the time!
Anyway, my train of thought has left me for now. I'm all, buzzed out. I hit the gym for a bit.. I thought I hit my personal best at 30kg bicep curls... But forgot they were pounds. My excitement went ...
... and barking, while the loser would be pushed into the ocean, forced to circle the wharf and try again, or even worse, exiled nearby. I could have happily watched the sea lions all day, but we decided to look around a little more. We were incredibly naughty and bought a massive sundae: two scoops of ice cream (rocky road and cookies and cream), with nuts, hot fudge, whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles. We sat by the water and devoured it ...
... to Emunah. A
nice way for her to wake up. And then she received a big bday hug from her
Our first destination was to the Golden Gate Bridge. We walked across the bridge stopping every few minutes to take in the view and look down at the water where we saw dolphins jumping. It was a bit chilly on the bridge and very noisy from the cars going by. The span of the bridge is 1.7 miles, we decided halfway ...