Header image above: Bay Meadows Development
Featured Photo above: a very exclusive corporate center in Palo Alto where I made a pit stop!
Photos of Millbrae sights, above:
1. Milk Mural
2. Historical marker for Milk Mural
3. Vintage cars, in abundance in San Mateo. Mild weather, no bugs, and lots of old people with lots of money make them plentiful
4. Iron Horse chained to a pole at a gas station!
5. Yep, we made it here.
6. Street monument on El Camino. Not as romantic as the ones in Berlin, but still fun to find at your feet
Above, our lunch at Hong Kong Flower Lounge in Millbrae. A highlight of our jaunt included Tofu, ginkgo nuts, and pea tendrils in soup, pigs’ feet and red egg in vineagar, congee with thousand year old egg, and sesame balls!!
The fish tank displayed 2 giant lobster, Alaskan King crab, and prawns.
We have reached our destination safely and in one piece (two pieces, to be exact)! It was a great way to make use of a fabulous week of perfect winter weather, have fun with great company, and get in some serious calorie reduction techniques. You can reduce the carbon footprint instead of flying, avoid traffic, and see your world around you. For those interested, here was the route:
San Jose-Sunnyvale (Sunday) 8.4 mi.
Sunnyvale-Palo Alto (Monday) 9.7 mi.
Palo Alto-Belmont (Tuesday) 7.7 mi.
Belmont-Millbrae (Wednesday) 10 mi.
San Francisco-Millbrae (Thursday) 12 mi.
You can also find my earlier trips to Napa and San Jose at http://www.crazyladywalks.com.
Finally, on a sad note, we send our condolences to the families of the Berlin attack. A photo of the location from our visit to the Breitscheidplatz Christmas Market in Berlin in January of this year is here:
A safe and precious holiday to all.