Glass Slipper Inn
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... sun roof to video the experience nearly came to grief, much to the delight of her fellow passengers and an appreciative sidewalk crowd.
After Lombard St, we descend carefully into Little Italy. Sit in Washington Square and use the trusty Yelp to decide where we will eat. While we are sitting there, we take a photo of Grace Cathedral, which was founded in 1849 during the Gold Rush, but worthy of photographing not just because it is quite beautiful, but also by virtue of the fact ...
And I had a brief swim and walk around our hotel while Kate submitted her assignments. We departed around 10.30 for heading for the Grand Canyon Inn, Walle, Arizona, which is to be the gateway to our Grand Canyon experience. On the way we passed by some fabulous scenery such as Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. The landscape was initially desolate but changed from Rocky boulder ...
... up eating chips and guacamole. So nice to have avocado again in my life.
When we were done, Sara used an app to get a private car to take me back to Santa Clara. The driver was a guy named Kevin. During the car ride, Kevin and I spoke including about my time in Beijing, the Philippines, and Korea. He laughed that I didn't go see Shanghai, but I explained that I didn't care to see it.
He dropped me off at Santa Clara.
Today was so ...
... br> I drove home with the kids in the Camry and Anne and Cynthia went off in the Mustang Convertible to do some shopping. As I drove through some magnificent scenery the kids stared downward at their devices. I've learned in my travels that kids don't dig scenery, so I made no attempt to sell any. We wound up in rush hour traffic, which in Half Moon Bay means Highway 1 is crowded. When we were almost to our house in Moss Beach, I saw that about 1 square mile ...
... Bay views from the park rivals the action on the field.
Where one of baseball's most hallowed franchises plays inside an architectural landmark.
On the tour of the ballpark, you will ...