Travelodge South San Francisco
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... runs over the waterfront. It always impressive to watch jets do that. When the air display finished for went for an early dinner on Pier 39. Pier 39 was build in the late 1980's as a restaurant and shopping area for tourists. There are also some activities, such as kids carousel. And a lot of sea lions on floating pontoons. Ang had seen one in the ocean when crossing to Alcatraz. The sea lions starting turning up to stay from about 1984, the time of ...
... before spending the next 15 minutes trying to decide which option to go for. There were at least 25 vendors and most of their menus were appealing. Eventually we both bought a rice chicken dish from a Chinese stall. The quality wasn't great but it 'filled a hole' as they say in Yorkshire. Being Holdsworths surrounded by food trucks on a relaxing Friday evening, we couldn't resist a second bite to eat. Junior went for a noodle dish that he thought ...
... enough to keep us interested. That evening we also went to the premium brands outlet store for a shopping spree and we were rewards as we got lucky to find some great discounts.
24th June – Death Valley
We checked out of our hotel and started to make our way through Vegas towards Bishop. Vegas was absolutely incredible. The Sin City can have a lasting impact no matter who you are and we loved every second of our time spent here. We were now ...
Of course, we're still at home watching the Netherlands play Chile in the World Cup. Thereafter, taking car to car wash, doing last house cleaning, packing up and we'll hit the road. First stop tonight will probably be near Sequoia National Park. Can you believe it? An eight week trip and we haven't packed a thing yet. Must keep possibility open to not leave until tomorrow, but we'd really hate that. We wanna get out of here!
Update: No, we're leaving tomorrow.
... life, then you will accept them and it will affect your attitude. She explained an analogy about how this was like a grain of salt. So that's how I'm going to look at this travel of 2 and a half months in an unknown environment of Peru. I'm taking this grain of salt, and seeing how it will taste. Rich maybe, sweet or even just a little salty.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Syd for an amazing night in San Francisco.