The Inn At Mavericks
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you know. It took me a bloomin hour and a half to get it all in. I haven’t even bought anything, I don’t get it! It seems to defy any law of physics I know about. Once we were all checked out we headed to a café to have a good breakfast and stretch out that last bit of time together. Back at the hostel it was time for goodbyes. Urgh. I hate those things. The Leeds guys were in the lobby when I was saying goodbye to Lily and ...
The moment is finally here, I'm at SFO and my flight is boarding soon. I'm feeling a little anxious/nervous and yet totally calm at the same time. I feel prepared and ready. It's a strange mixture of emotions. Fortunately I slept quite well last night and feel ready to tackle this journey (16 hours of traveling ahead). It's strange too, I don't know that anything has ever felt as right as all of this does. This makes me feel quite happy :-) I'm going to save my battery now... ...
Yay! I've been totally MIA, but life with kids is a constant battle for time to do all the other ****. Traveling has been shoved aside since so many events happened this year. But not to disappoint, we are going on the Disney Dream Cruise! Crazy, right? I mean, I feel like we're on some Disney Themed Vacay Mode--but we're not, really. If any of you seasoned Disney cruisers have any expert advice specifically for ...
... good. And it was, The island has fleas... Next on the agenda was the Treasure Island Flea. A unique open flea market on Treasure Island under the Bay Bridge. What fun! Every type of person was there and they all seemed to have brought their pocket sized dogs with them. It's just one night... It's just one night... Drove out of the city to the surf town of Half Moon Bay. Checking in and out of 5 hotels this week ...
... They would be in their 80s toady if they are still alive (and their is a million dollar bounty on each of their heads), living at large somewhere in the world. Interesting how these infamous prisoners (Al "Scarface" Capone, Machine Gun Kelly, and the like) now have books and souvenirs with their faces and stories on them. We live in a strange culture.
The surprise, though, was that the island of Alcatraz is home to ...