Sea Breeze Motel
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... very long pier and we went out to the end. Great views up and down the coast from there! To the south was our campsite and some of Pacifica. To the north were some big hills along the coastline. It looked like there were bike paths so we went to take a look. The further we got the more trails there were. We took a coastal one then it split off into one going up to the bluff and the other toward the west. We headed up. The trail was packed dirt with some small rocks. It wasn't ...
... We choose outings that Teddy can enjoy and we plan for a lot of down time. In Denver we went to the Children’s Museum, which was awesome, but then Annie and I also wanted to go to the Botanical Gardens. Unfortunately while there Teddy got hot and tired, and seemed to be allergic to the tropical plants… so the trip was short. Lesson learned. Teddy is happier going to a Cabelas sporting goods store, than he is visiting a national park on a hot day (he loves ...
... Yummy! Michelle, Scott and Liam had organised special birthday desserts to be presented to Bayley and myself... My tiramisu had chocolate sauce drizzled in a picture of one of the bridges in the bay. Definitely a memorable way to finish such a lovely dinner...thanks guys for taking me out for my birthday! After dinner, I went back to the room and did two loads of washing Lol the joys of travelling! Looking forward to sleeping in ...
... Besides, it was SOOO YUM! Looking out over the Bay entrance towards Alcatraz Island and watching the colourful array of people walking/jogging/strolling by, I enjoyed most of the Sundae. I couldn't finish it...Bugger! But I did have the three squares of Ghirardelli chocolate that came with it...priorities!
With more calories under my belt to fuel a small city I began the 5.5 km walk back to the hotel. I decided to visit Lombard Street - famous for it's ...
... Hispanics, Mexicans, and burrito shops, we found the street art!!