Twin Peaks Hotel
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... by buying little pencils that look like paintbrushes. We also found that the downstairs was decorated with all kinds of Mary Blair art. I worship Mary Blair. She was one of the first women who was prominent in the creative department at Walt Disney Studios, and is the genius behind the Small World art. She’s amazing, and I love her.
Mom and I continued on our journey to meet up with the family at Golden Gate Park. First we had to hop on another ...
... After our long day we're now relaxing in our lovely hotel on Nob Hill and watching the sun setting over the city. We've got a relaxing day planned for tomorrow as we're planning on cycling through the golden gate park and the presidio and over the Golden Gate Bridge. We're also hoping to go up to the top floor of our hotel tomorrow to the 'top of the Mark' where there's a cocktail bar with 360 views of the city before we leave to go to San Diego on ...
... a couple weeks break from), I have only been sneaking in heated flow yoga and Soul Cycle now and then. I did get in a couple practice hikes thanks to Asten and Joanne! Even Sadie helped out by showing me up on the Lyon Street Stairs while I strapped on my backpack filled with liquids from our fridge to weigh it down (yes, I looked really ...
... the effect of 2 conjoined suspension bridges. Esme was chuffed to have spotted a dolphin too, she really did as well - amazing peripheral vision abilities to spot them, much like glenn with spiders. Then headed to pier 39 to see the few hundred male Sea Lions causing a ruckus on the jetties, could've watched them all day; they're just so funny! Then headed into town on the wonderful cable cars again to go to an American Diner (jukebox, booths, Cadillac & ...
... rained in 2 days now (knock on wood). I quickly fell in love with the atmosphere around Pier 39. It was a very fun and energizing place with crab shacks, bars, and funky stores all over. I became particularly intrigued by two stores: the first called the Lefty Store that sold all normal household items but in their lefty forms. At first I thought this was actually really cool and eye opening until I picked up a “lefty’ pair of scissors, which ...
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