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David, Kelsey, Marimar and Rose all needed to get up relatively early to return to Palo Alto. That left the rest of us to spend the day together. I was eager to go for a run on the nearby trails, so, while Jonathan hung out with Jim and Sherri, I headed out on what turned out to be one of the most fun runs I've ever done.
I started on the street just outside of the cabin and saw some trails just below me on the side of the mountain. ...
... you have seen the most spectacular grove of trees the next one is more spectacular. I took over 200 pictures today and I wish I could share all of them with you.
We spent almost three hours walking the trails and while we could have stayed all day we headed for the light house at Point Reyes on a road that wound it's way through mountains, farm land and tributaries. The different landscapes made for a quick drive as their were so ...
... It is essentially a (very expensive) motel with some fancy brickwork and fancy beds to make it appear like a lodge - I want t cry!! Spent the evening eating takeaway pizza from little Caesars and replanning the trip to limit the amount of time we have to spend here!! Very tired and disheartened, so I just went to bed. Next Stop: Comic Con (without tickets) and an Old Town Trolley ...
... of asparagus, shared between us. We got a bit of a shocked reception, but they did do it. It was absolutely superb - and although, because it was so delicious, I could have stuffed a full serving down, half was more than enough. We did seem to be the object of interest among other customers though. After that, we huffed and puffed our way up the last of the hills to California St and our hotel.
All in all a very satisfying and fun day, although it was very "busy".
... major attraction in Seattle is the Columbia Tower which is the highest building of Seattle and offers an amazing view from the top floor. We could see the whole city, including the distinct space needle which seemed tiny from up there. And where the buildings stopped, the forests started and continued endlessly until the horizon. Unfortunately, the sad moment had come at which we were going to say goodbye to half of our group. Raimundo, Josh and Colin had not yet had enough ...