Well, as you know form my previous post I was on vacation and went to San Francisco, though we went a little crazy and decided to go without a route and just see where we ended up, making stops at random to check weird places and stuff.
Here's a bit of the adventures:
Welcome to The Garlic Word.
I don't know what town it was but everything had to do with Garlic, there was a place called Garlic World! it was crazy! even the hotel I stayed in had a Garlic as Logo! there was also a place called Disneyana.... it was a flee market... this was the second town I stayed in and the first one that actually had WiFi, Thank Garlic!!!
PS: the reception smelled of Garlic, heavily. The sheets smelled of Garlic. I smelled of Garlic. Iuk.
The Hearst Castle
next stop was Hearst Castle, which was IMPRESIVE! I recomend you guys to Google this castle to know for info, I'll give the basics. A guy wanted a castle. He built it. ^^, not much info but that's the 101 basic. still Google it! it's worth it!
Anyways, the thing was amazing, the way everything was constructed and the Pool! gosh, I had never seen such pool! or pools, there are two but, the one on the outside was the cherry on top of the cake, I don't have photos of it on my Ipod so I'll have to upload them later from mi camera.
The Winchester Mystery House.
Creepy, the whole house and story is creepy. The home of William Winchester, creator of the repeating rifle. When he died, her wife, Sarah Winchester, though the ghost of all the people that had been killed with the weapon created by her husbad where after her and the only way of stopping them was by building, and never stopping.
So yeah, the house is beautiful, but completley bizarre, with staircases leading to the ceiling and doors leading to the nothing or to a wall, she was just obsessed with constructing, no matter if it didn't made sense.... and you can find the numbre 13 in almost everyhting, creepy right?
A must see. Really cool :D!
after finally getting to San Francisco we go to see the Golden Bridge immediately. To our luck, it was completely covered by fog. We couldn't see anything. Dang it.
we stayed there for another two day and, luckily the fog went away by the third day! yay! we got to see the Golden Bridge xD!
Wow, they invented the word expensive for San Francisco. I don't even wanna think what the prices are in NY. or London... or maybe I'm just penny-pinching xD
and yeah, I often encountered the hilarious sings of You Break, You Buy. I Break, I Cry.
Luckily, China Town has cheaper souvenirs :DD!
I basically spend the week living by In-N Out when we where traveling and in San Francisco, at least lunch and dinner, where always: Pizza.
All in all, I LOVED my vacations but, there's nothing like home. I never thought I could miss my twin size bed as much as I did, and my dog, and my WiFi, and not eating Pizza....
So Welcome Back TO ME! :DDD!