Vantaggio Suites Jefferson Square
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... strolling past the Transamerica Pyramid – a bizarre yet aesthetically beautiful building with a less classy nickname of Pereira’s Prick – and down to the Pier. We started at Pier 1 and ended up at the famous Pier 39. At first, we were just two among a small yet busy crowd enjoying the afternoon sun. The highlight of this strip was an old black man sitting in a motorised scooter and dressed in incredibly expensive looking ...
... the view of the city from the back of the building which really was amazing.
Baseball at Football Temperatures: Our last game and we figure it can't be worse then the Thursday and Friday games. We take the BART and arrive early to make sure we get our Tony Larussa bobblehead. We are all decked out in our twins gear - including tattoos!! The fans sitting near us are obnoxious and it's cold -cold enough for me to wear ...
... The university itself was incredible. The grounds were enormous and the buildings inspiring. There was a real Sussex vibe eminating through the campus and it has been our favourite Univeristy visited in America.
Just like that our time in San Fransico and at Sara's was coming to an end. Our final day was spent preparing for the weeks of motels and serious driving in a very fitting way; by doing very little. After a quick hike up a hill overlooking San ...
... seat on one row, with the other two having the middle and window seat on the row behind. We waited for boarding and got onto the flight putting JJ on the row in front. United had given us an upgrade to Economy Plus, which gave us more leg room and was appreciated on the 6 hour flight.
At San Francisco airport we collected our bags and headed for the Rental Car Centre. Alamo tried to charge us for the one ...
... pricey so we ended up having dinner at the hotel. There we saw Lauren and Jeff, Dan and Judi, and Bill and Winnie, who like us, would be flying home the next day.
An early bed time helped to prepare us for an early morning and a long day tomorrow. A highly anticipated and wonderful trip was over but we were going home to our daughter, grandchildren and
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