Hotel Focus SFO
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... to the bathroom and asks her to move... of Course he asks her very loudly. The best part is that this is an extremely polite kid. Always saying "excuse me miss", and "thank you", so the fact that he is doing it at the top of his lungs is hilarious.
At one point his father comes up from another seat in the back and asks his mom how things are going. Her look says it all and is priceless... She looks as if she just ran a marathon... she is done... ...
... the $40 we paid per ticket. We were quite keen to see ‘O’ but we were advised to see ‘mystére’ instead because we hadn’t seen a Cirque du Soleil show before. That night again was a late night.
We woke up just in time to redeem our complimentary buffet voucher from Mandalay Bay hotel. Because it was a Monday afternoon the buffet area wasn’t too crowded which meant that we were seated without much wait and ...
... round. After we did the whole route we raced back to pebble beach to try and catch the sunset and to make the most of our money that you pay to get in. Unfortunately we missed it but the sky was still beautiful to watch. Before we headed back on the road we stopped off for our first McDonalds of the holiday, I had nuggets of course but they're definitely not the same as home. I fell asleep in the car on the way back and woke up when we were back in San ...
... live in a sweet little house right on the beach with big glass windows looking out over the Pacific Coast and the Santa Cruz harbor. Our big ol RV just fit in their driveway. Phew!
They had a delicious, hot meal for us which is always welcomed after trying to cook creatively in our home on wheels. We enjoyed a terrific fire in their backyard and kept them up way too late on a work night. Sorry, guys!
The next morning ...
... most of the weather. Alcatraz, Pier 39, wine touring Napa and Sonoma, and the golden gate park were pretty much dead cert must goes. Being us, of course we also thrift shopped on Polk and Haight Street, stopped in many a cafe and took more than our fair share of fro-yo. There was no room for guilt though whilst shovelling down our chowder or that extra peanut butter cup as if anyone who has seen the hills in San Fran can attest ...