Super 8 San Francisco/Near The Marina
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... final playing. There were wall to wall people and the vibe was amazing. We finished the route, then joined the last one leaving the home base, to do the other half of the route, finishing at Union Square.
We had a beer/hot chocolate in Union Square, sitting in the sun, which was lovely, then went across to Macy's for a toilet stop and to look at cabin bags. I had looked at heaps in New York, but decided to leave it until we got to San Francisco to make ...
Seattle was completely different from the wilderness we had thoroughly explored in Glacier and Yellowstone National Park. It is a big green city surrounded by forests and water. We stayed at a lovely airbnb just outside the city center and here we met up with Francesca who was going to join us for Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego. The weather in Seattle was great and there was a festival going on which transformed the whole city into a bunch of music loving hippies. Seeing ...
... Sierra Nevada, a continuation of the Rocky Mountains that start up in Canada and extend south into California.
Brendan did well in getting us on the train(s) around/from the airport. There is a circular route to all terminals, and then another train that took us into the city. First recognizable sight near the station was a brother and sister with a lit cart - nice to see. A brief hello and then a walk up town to the hotel.
Tuesday morning we ...
Decided to go check out a viewpoint today called the twin peaks, it meant we could explore some of downtown as well which was cool, we walked down market street passing the civic hall ,and walking through loads of different districts After what felt like the longest road ever we stumble upon ...
... the paintings that queens were adorned with numerous hairpins and accessories, as women took great care to prepare for official ceremonies and other formal occasions. In Osher Gallery, phoenix-shaped hairpins and a ceremonial hairpin with a character symbolizing longevity demonstrate the creativity and elegance of women’s accessories at the time. ...