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Liebe Freunde der Blasmusik!!
Wie haben die Wüste überlebt!!
Nach einer heißen Nacht in Death Valley sind wir aufgebrochen Richtung Westen
um den Yosemite National Park zu erkunden.
Von 85 Meter unterm Meeresspiegel kämpften wir uns die Serpentienen hoch
auf über 3000 Meter - mitten im Wald ließen Niki und Berni mal ihre F …
Så var det då dags för vår sista dag i San Francisco. Också denna dag hade Annika ansvar för att planera, vilket kändes skönt nu när vi varit så turistiga på egen hand. Dagen började med en fenomenal frukost på ett av hennes favvohak. Vi satt ute och drack färskpressad apelsinjuice och mumsade på våra bagels.
Sen bar färden återigen ö …
After landing, a small woman with a wheelchair was waiting for Katie at the tarmac. An added bonus to Katie saving some walking was that we got an airport guide also. How that small woman pushed Katie uphill I'll never know. She pushed Katie to the airport train, which took us to rental cars.
Once we got our car we headed out north. Because it was early and check in time for our VRBO rental ...
... Alcatraz (thanks, Hannah!), which was fantastic. We were shown a little bit around the island, and took an eerie audio tour around the old cell house, hospital and surrounding areas. Zoe and I got locked in a solitary confinement cell – it was so dark you couldn’t see your own hand in front of your face – and apparently some inmates spent up to 19 days in there!! We were later told than some poor soul had hung himself in the ...
... Square to have dinner. Let's just say we won't be going back there, as afterwards we were all depressed by the stingy, grumpy waitress.
Of course, the shops were still open afterwards so we sweated away on the top floor of the discount designer shoe warehouse...it was worth it!
We returned home exhausted but well heeled.
The next day we shopped. All day. That's all. And maybe stopped for a Starbucks.