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americangirl40Ireland, Dublin & Cliffs of Moher

Almost 2 years later and it’s still on my list of things to do. I am just as excited now as I was when I first decided I wanted to visit Ireland. So now, I have a friend who lives in Dublin and my sister has friends their too. I’m looking at planning my trip for this summer. 2 years ago

americangirl40horseback riding

I’ve been wanting to go horseback riding for a long time. So today, I went to a nearby horse ranch and took a ride. It was the longest 1hr ride. I couldn’t wait for it to be over. I think my issue was I didn’t feel like I was in control of this animal. Horses have a mind of their own unlike an automobile or motorcycle. Would I do it again? Well I’m not sure, but at least I can say I tried it once. 2 years ago

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Long road getting here. But I’m finally enrolled in the right school. I can finish online towards my target degree and continue working also. 2 years ago

americangirl40Would love to Visit Miami, FL

Wanting to visit Miami, FL for about a year and looking for another state to move to. So, I think its time to start planning my trip. 2 years ago

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americangirl40Finally, a visit to San Francisco

It was a very nice trip for the 4th of July weekend. I flew into Sacramento Airport since I found the flight and hotel were much cheaper. Met up with a friend on my arrival and the next day we headed out for San Francisco. First destination of course was Fisherman’s Wharf passing through the Embarcadero. The weather was hot, but the atmosphere was great. Fun people, great food and plenty of things to do including live jazz music on the boardwalk. We took a bay cruise, passing under the Golden Gate Bridge and by Alcatraz Island. Also visited the Aquarium by the Bay where amazing sea life can be seen. Was unable to visit the actual Alcatraz Prison because all the tickets were sold out for the day early in the afteroon. Next time, tickets will be purchased online in advance. Later in the evening, I toured downtown SF, passing through China Town, Treasure Island, taking photos of the famous Mrs. Doubtfire house on Steiner Street, TransAmerican Bldg and then traveling down the most windiest road in the world called Lombard street. The trip was really nice and refreshing especially considering I lived in northern CA for a year and never toured San Francisco. I can’t wait to go back.

P.S. on the way back to the airport I visited the Capitol of California which was pretty neat also. 2 years ago

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