Vineyard Inn Hotel
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Today I had the first lie in of the holiday, I managed to stay asleep until 9. I then decided to get up and get ready and venture out myself, just to the shops down by the marina. It was pretty cold and foggy and cloudy but it cleared up eventually. I then had the pleasure of FaceTime-ing my parents and the Rocks. Once we were all up and ready we headed over to Lombard Street, which is a really famous road in San Francisco because it's the only one that zig zags down because ...
... at Heathrow is Andrew with a big smile of welcome. He was our gatekeeper to Neverland when we departed in February, assuring us that it will all get a bit weird from now on but not to worry, we'll be fine and we will have fun, and now on our return he is there again to assure us that it will all get a bit normal from now on but not to worry, we'll be fine and we will have fun.
And this seems to me to be a very fitting way for our journey to finish.
... ride was a roller coaster, which only. lasted 2 mins and wasn't as bad as to be expected. We went up in the skytower which gave us amazing views of the park and city.
Last show of the day for us was the Sea lion and otter show which was full of laughs and antics, a really well put on show,
We saw polar bears, beluga whales, sea turtles, dolphins, sea lions, otters, walruses and attempted to win a big candy cane with no luck.
It was a long and busy day at the park and ...
... figured out which garden plants to plant in order to control bugs such as attracting lady bugs to take care of aphids which are a death sentence for grapes. They have several owl boxes and bluebird boxes to attract the birds which also help with insects. Ingenious!! As you walk the grounds there are several spots where you can read about what this family is doing and how it is done. Hats off to them!
... more. He’s keen to walk around, but I’m also hungry, and I’m guessing he is too. So we go to the cafeteria, so I can give him some food as well as get some for myself. Seeing gumbo on the menu, I decide to give it a go, as we don’t tend to get it in Australia! George enjoys his yoghurt, banana and his exercise on the grass, and we go inside after awhile where I cannot help smiling as I take him to the "Australian" exhibit ...