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... fuel than necessary.
It was dark by this point too and the drive to the airport was horrible as I was worried we’d run out of fuel, the satnav got me lost, and then the actual car rental place in the airport is a mission to get to. I reckon we drove three miles at least once in the airport just to reach the drop off point. We made it though, with about ten miles left on the milometer before Scooby was empty, and that was the end of our driving portion of the ...
... For some reason wineries seem to go one white and two red, however this one went two whites two reds, so I was happier, but the coolest part was when we went exploring and found a candy dispenser machine, but it wasn't full of candy, it was full of fish pellets to feed to these crazy fish. I'm hoping you can tell me what they are Aaron?! :) They went crazy. We also made friends with a tiny Asian child, super cute! We shared ...
... The privilege of business trip is that we can take Elite class instead of crowded economic class. But the Elite class to Seattle on Friday night and Saturday night were all fully booked and we didn't want to take the one on Sunday cause the next day we had to work, we would be totally worn out if we did this. So we decided to take the non-direct flight to San Francisco on Saturday first and then transfer to ...
... alternate venue with a better selection of beer.
Fact of the day - The cable car system is unique in that the car itself has no engine. The cable runs constantly in a conduit cut into the road and the carriages merely grab onto it and let go as needed. As a result you can constantly hear the cable running through the slot even when there is no car to be seen.
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... in a stereotypical San Francisco fog, so it was almost like driving in a dream. The redwoods were very cool, and I learned that this forest is where international delegates came together to form the United Nations.
Once back on the main road, it was just a few miles until the Golden Gate Bridge. The very last exit before crossing leads to an overlook, but I took a wrong turn and had to double back onto the frontage road. Unfortunately ...