All Seasons Lodge
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Christmas Day was not too early a start and Santa had managed to find his way to us. He seemed to know that not all kids in the world had already done and experienced everything our girls had done in recent weeks and so bought a few small things for each of them and some vouchers to spend back in Australia to buy something that was on their list but not really suitable for travelling in suitcases!
We hadn't told the girls of our ...
... small and dingy; I can’t even imagine what that would have been like to sit in there for hours on end and the isolation rooms (known as the black hole) were my idea of hell. On the audio it had a prisoner giving his account of being in the black hole, saying he would rip a button off his shirt, throw it up in the air, wait for it to land on the floor then get down on hands and knees until he found it. He would do this over and over and over!
We saw real objects and tools ...
... with dark sunnies and a hat on. He had music absolutely pumping out of a set of speakers at his feet, and he sat in his scooter in the middle of the footpath, dancing like a champ.
By the time we got to Pier 39 we were lost in tourists – it was absolutely packed and gimmicky as hell, but still good fun. There was every kind of souvenir shop, food type and sweet selection, as well as a kickass carousel and a Bubba Gump Shrimp ...
After hot, dry Yosemite, it was so nice to enter foggy SF! We had a lovely, simple visit here. It was relaxing. We walked around Bernal Hill, played at Precita Park, drank good coffee, ate bagels, rode buses, subways & streetcars, etc.
The Maritime NHP down by the waterfront had very nice exhibits but the ships ...
... major attraction in Seattle is the Columbia Tower which is the highest building of Seattle and offers an amazing view from the top floor. We could see the whole city, including the distinct space needle which seemed tiny from up there. And where the buildings stopped, the forests started and continued endlessly until the horizon. Unfortunately, the sad moment had come at which we were going to say goodbye to half of our group. Raimundo, Josh and Colin had not yet had enough ...