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... We soon discover the steep streets of SF and wonder how we go about catching a cable car. We make it back to Union Square & decide to eat at The Cheesecake Factory. Andrew knew Penny wasn't going to be there but oh well. Our meals were good. Typical fast food stuff but the cheesecake was really nice. Zonked we then walk the short distance back to our hotel and try to get some sleep in this time ...
... that will not happen.
Mark and I have each lost 20 pounds so far in prep (I am guessing we will gain a lot there eating pasta and gelato! And beer.... maybe wine, I am trying)... Mark to curb the snoring so I don't throw him overboard on the cruise. Me, so I can hopefully hike to the tops of the towers!
It is so close now, I can hardly believe it!
... almost a trail route on the other side.
We drove to our accommodation in Oakhurst which is closer to Las Vegas, than San Francisco. So instead of a 12 hour drive it should be a 8\9 hour drive, and poor Dustin is the only one insured to drive.
We saw some deer but sadly no bears :-( we are all tucked into our hotel room where no bears should be able to get to us, wish us luck xx
... at the moment. Ginny and Carl joined us and then we headed to the local Belmont Save the Music festival, Carl headed home. We spent a few hours wandering around. Kids had a couple of goes on the bouncy castles and then the older 3 pooled their resources to try and win a great prize but the prizes were not all that great. Nice to see them though all working together for a common purpose. We watched a battle of the bands UC Davis verses Stanford. The girls tried out a dance ...
... of the Carmel Ridge Estate wines, one of the "Blue Grand Canyon" or Monterey Wine Country estates, followed by lunch at "The Fishhopper" which has stunning sea views. Back on the bus we now headed onto the 17 Mile Drive along the coast, taking in the Cypress forest and famous "Lone Cypress". The scenery was fabulous and stopping at the Pebble Beach Golf Club was another privilege as this must be one of the most beautiful golf clubs in the world. It is surrounded by mansions that cost ...
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