Wonder Valley Ranch Resort
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... a few
books, got a little more sun on my fair skin and rested. The pool and
spa made this such a nice place to stay and going back to air
conditioning in the RV was well worth staying here for $15 a night.
I also have to mention, we have met
lovely lovely people while traveling so far. Whenever we stop to have
a real conversation, people are friendly and interested/interesting.
I think ...
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 ...
... so we decided to explore that area first. The plaza was very pretty and had some pretty heart sculptures in each of the 4 corners of the square. Each year, the sculptures are auctioned off to benefit the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation and new sculptures painted by various artists are installed in their place.
No trip to San Francisco would be complete without a trip on a cable car (tram as we know it) and Union Square is ...
We slowly wake and have no plans for the day. We decide a day out of the car is long overdue after some big driving days and the boys are keen to play and run around. Paul and Gretchen spend the better half of the morning working out an alternative to Yosemite and looking for accommodation options. We are looking at Sacramento and possibly exploring gold country, still hoping we won't have to ...