Wonder Valley Ranch Resort
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May 25th – Day 21
Today was a really quiet day. After
spending 10 hours walking the Strip yesterday we needed some down
time, especially Ben with his sore shoulder. We were able to extend
our stay at Duck Creek and started the day late with bacon and eggs
for brunch. Ben and Josh spent the afternoon resting and watching
movies, the girls and I spent 3-4 hours by the pool. ...
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about San Francisco is variety. Fun comes in every size, shape and color in that city, and you can find quarters of very diverse nationalities (chinese, japanese, italian, latin among others), shopping destinations, arts, rock, hippie culture and all that mixed with amazing beaches and sceneries. It’s a city that will blow your mind. A few landmarks I particularly enjoyed were the ...
... a long chat, with enough time for Nick to venture across the falls we headed home with one stop on the way.
We stopped at a small shop halfway up the canyon which promised ice cream but delivered with a pair of the oldest operating gravity fuel pumps in America. Luckily enough there was a motorbike filling up so we got to see the pumps in action.
After last nights dinner debacle we got to dinner at pensioner time and by the time we went to bed we were all hungry ...
... walk down with Thomas singing and swinging off all the lamp posts. Washington Square was surrounded by cafes and restaurants and we chose to eat in Original Joes serving Italian American cuisine. We had a great time drinking at the bar pre-dinner chatting away with the baseball in the background and then eating meatballs, pasta and steak in one of its signature red leather booths later.
On Sunday we boarded the ferry to ...
We wake up in three rivers to a federal government shutdown which means all non essential government employees don't have work to turn up to and won't be paid until further notice. For us it means all national parks are shut. The first email we receive is from our accommodation at five spot advising us to still come and offering some options for things to do in the area. The second email is from our accommodation at Yosemite advising we can't get there but if ...