Glass Slipper Inn
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... cuttle fish & nautilus v interesting, and the wow factor went to the other exhibit jelly's.. no surprise jelly fish galore not just pics & film but tanks of them so many varieties.
Next sight was to check out Cannery Row, the buildings are now used by specialty shops & restaurants but you can still see the original look through that and imagine Steinbecks story.
Having an idea on meal sizes now have ...
... next holiday to be to the snow. Arrived in Vegas sometime after 3 and got a cab straight to our hotel. Check in was super quick which was surprising as we had been told to expect a long wait for check in by many people...I think checking in on a Monday has its benefits. Once unpacked and after a little time chilling out in the room we bravely ventured out on to the strip in Vegas. I was really overwhelmed and didn't enjoy ...
... many give up before they reach the first hurdle? Which incidentally is no small thing....... hills (SF is built on 43 of them) steep enough to break anyone's spirit and a couple of them in the first leg of the journey!
Nevertheless, we labour on and are rewarded with brilliant views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Paul says it is coloured orange to blend in, although how that can be true is beyond me. It is windy and the bay is notorious for it's strong ...
... walked through. We heard about the failed escape attempts and what life was like. The cells were tiny and it actually looked and sounded like what prison should be like. We saw the hole in the walls that three prisoners dug out with spoons which the film 'Escape from Alcatraz' is set on. A must watch when we get home now we have been there. It is so foggy outside we can barely see the city now. Inmates talked about how it was real torture seeing and hearing the ...
... 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 ...