Motel 6 San Francisco - Belmont
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... migrate across the Pacific Coast, from Vancouver to the southern tip of Baja. Most pups are born on the Channel Islands.On the way from the Fishermanīs Wharf to another point of interest we made a short break in Johny Rocketīs where we decided to have lunch. Johny Rocketīs is a traditional U.S. restaurant famous for serving fresh burgers and tasty milkshakes. Besides that, your food can be always accompanied by your choice of music as they have small jukeboxes on ...
Today we sadly left Yosemitie without seeing a bear! Dad didaa good job of driving us all the way into San Francisco. We checked into our hotel. Then we went downtown to see the famous crooked street. Mum and dad very excited as whilst me and ruby were in ben and jerrys forrest whittaker (guy in the Butler and oscar for ...
... bridge. The new one is six lanes wide and double story. You pay tolls when you drive into San Francisco.
Oakland Church Sign - It's not even the football season!
Cheesecake Factory - For our last meal in San Francisco we went to the Cheesecake Factory - it sold a lot more than Cheesecake.
The menu - The menu is 21 pages plus adverts. NZ wines are on the wine list.
The last drinks - The final round of drinks in the USA.
... a workout. San Francisco is built on hills and no matter which way you turn you are likely to have to do some climbing in order to get to your destination. This has been magnified by the fact that we've chosen our time to visit to coincide with a three day (so far) strike of the cable car drivers. Of course we've still been able to get on buses and the street cars but when we told Joel that "yes, he could go up the hill to see the crookedest street in the world" we had no idea that ...
This morning we packed up. Larissa put on another spread for the family before saying goodbye and heading to Belmont. We met Astrid and her 3 kids Linnea, Eli and Sorren at their church Trinity First Presbyterian church. The last time the cousins saw each other neither of them were married and had kids. It was a thought provoking service, the kids enjoyed kids church then we headed to their house for lunch. Astrid and Thad are in the throws of a rebuild and so they are living a ...