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Our holiday has finally come to an end. We had such an awesome time. We saw and did so much in three weeks. The two halves of our holiday couldn't have been more different. LA was action packed, theme parks, lights, action and thrills. It was full of busy hustle and bustle. The most amazing things to see and do. We had a fabulous house to stay in and lucky for us a Dad who wanted to drive us around LA on the ten lane highways. We went all week without using ...
... more stressful and long. Security, bug queues. Long long long walk to gate only to find this led to a subway train that took us to the gate. Crowds of people trying to get on. High speed zooming to gate. Another huge queue for a further passport check (USA passport control?)
Finally we were on. You will have read on Facebook the terrible seats we had. I won't dwell on that but no sleep was possible. I watched movies. ...
H went to a second day at Exploratorium which was free ( unaccompanied minor). Matt and I did a boat trip on gold and white fleets and then to union sq to Macy's , designer shoe warehouse and Nike store. Amazing soccer boots. Had yummy sushi at Akkidos and a coffee at star bucks in Macy's over looking Union sq.
Dinner was a pizza at Carmels back at Fishermans ...
... OMG now we are ready to go off to Russia to eat.
So now there are hurricanes in both the Pacific and the Atlantic and I’m on vacation. How, pray tell, do I go on any kind of vacation when I could be called out at any time? So here is what I do: Packed; the work box, clipboard, flashlights, business casual pants, Crawford logo shirts, business shirts and shoes suitable for ...
... that they had completely misheard him, "No sorry, we're from the United Kingdom, not the Ukraine!" The main must-see attraction at Fisherman's Wharf are the seals on Pier 39. We all dutifully walked along to the said pier, including Bryony who did her best hand-holding / walking-in-the-right-direction-consiste ntly walking she has ever done! Bryony and Iain gave themselves the proper tourist look, by making purchases of two baseball caps which they then wore all ...