The Lodge at Tiburon
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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 …
Here in tiburon there are a lot of very nice town with lots to do. There is a small port where you can take a fairy over to san Francisco. From the port at night its just the most beautiful sight to see the large ships and sail boats come in and out of the sea port. And the stars and fog in the sky add a nice twist to the whole ...
... and exciting. A guy I spoke to while pedaling to keep the music going at the bike festival said that San Fran had fantastic stuff going on everywhere, all the time and the hard part was choosing which to go to. I was beginning to believe him.
Our final morning in San Francisco was spent on the prison island of Alcatraz. It’s a national park island now, so birds are taking over the many ruins left from its time as a military ...
... knowledge of the Forrest Gump movie, the loser bought dinner. The food was good, atmosphere is fun and the staff are friendly.
One thing that surprised me about Fisherman's Wharf was it was so quiet and shops were closing when we came out of the restaurant. I thought it was one of the places to go at night, I expected to not be able to move for crowds of people but it was almost deserted. Maybe it's because it was so cold?
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services