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... crepe with brandied chicken spinach and greyere cheese and the best ratatouille I have ever eaten with mandolin sliced veggies, I have made one but this tops mine. Barry ordered fresh green pea soup and we did swap bowls briefly to try each others meals. Too bad the restaurant has some management and marketing flaws but Barry says he is not going to take the project on. Tonight it is back to the Italian restaurant; oh I am loving not cooking, so ...
... PA system not working on flight we are now delayed indeterminately, waiting for them to fix it on the now "Nightmareliner"! I kid you not! There is some strange imp out there making sure I don't be to BA. Will likely miss my connection to BA tonight! Oddly, so beyond frustrated that I am calm and peaceful surveying the chaos of my life and that of my fellow passengers also stranded and missing international connection flights. Snacking on Mom's vadas waiting for flight crew ...
... a sign flashed to say '$480 fine' for not paying the toll fee. After a minor argument, we found out that it was only $7 we had to pay and it could be done online. Panic over.
Alkatraz was fantastic, a 15 mins boat ride to the 'rock', audio tour of prison interior and a ranger led tour where they told fascinating stories of 2 prisoners who escaped and were recaptured.
After getting back to the car we were in desperate need for a ...
Not much to report today as we caught up on some sleep waking up around 10:00. We went into town to have someone look at our SLR camera as it wasn't able to take a photo. Once we got into the store the very helpful sales person had a look at the camera and it decide to jump into life. The sales person did say that the contacts from the lens to camera get dirty so that lens won't send the image to the camera. We decided to get another small camera to make sure we ...
... of the city. Fine dining and fresh seafood can be bought as well as visits to your typical tourist souvenir shops. A place worth visiting especially as the sun sets. We were lucky enough to have beautiful weather during our stay and enjoyed our dinner down there on two nights, accompanied by the local seagulls that are big enough to carry a small child away. Clam Chowder was my chosen poison. A thick gluteness soup that came served in a bread roll with the guts ...