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Jungle Fun Adventure Boasts Fun, Adventure, Jungle
Posted Tuesday, May 30 @ 08:00:00 PDT by Brendan
It was the end of an already long and dragging day when we peeled off from our already tiring and tiresome series of reviews in the San Jose adjacent area. We’d seen more things than I’m already capable of remembering and we were a smidge starved to boot. For some reason my handlers took us to The Jungle Fun and, despite my un-ignorable exhaustion, my batteries were quickly recharged.

GoCityKids.com Practically My Itinerary!
Posted Monday, May 29 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Before we went to San Francisco, and while we’ve been here as well, we’ve relied heavily on the internet and its many fine resources to help us understand where to go. We’ve got our tour books, but we’re basically web folk (having all been born after the online bust era) so we’ve relied more heavily toward online resources, and nothing has done as much for us as GoCityKids.com, and we’re stupidly grateful for it all.

Chinatown Chinariffic, Not Quite Chinese Enough
Posted Sunday, May 28 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
No trip to an historically rich coastal or railway town would be worth it’s weight in fortune cookies, were it not for a quick visit to that town’s Chinatown. San Francisco’s got a pretty good one, I guess, and I’d really dig it if wasn’t for all the white people and rampant speaking of English.

Tech Museum Makes Innovation Seem New
Posted Saturday, May 27 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Dominic
We skated in to The Tech Museum, located right in the heart of San Jose, late in the afternoon despite the fact that not one of us had any wheels on our feet. We’re techy folk for sure but we had no idea what this place had in store for us. With all their crazy, technological exhibits, honestly, the whole place made technology and innovation seem new to me; and I’ll be the first to tell you that I ain’t easily impressed.

Lions and Wooden Ostriches and Bears, Oh My!
Posted Friday, May 26 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Even if you’ve been to a zoo before -- which I am told that I have been, though I have no personal memory of it -- everyone says you need to see the San Francisco Zoo. And by “everyone” of course, I mean everyone I know. My parents, my brothers, the people at the ticket counter at the zoo; everyone!

Park Chalet Offers Fantastilicious Food in Family Friendly Setting
Posted Thursday, May 25 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
So if you’re going to see the sights and sounds of the fantasticity of San Francisco, you have to take the 20-minutes to head out to the coast. If you’re an inner-continental American and have never seen the ocean, this should be reason enough alone, but if it isn’t, for some strange reason I can’t fully comprehend, consider that there’s cool stuff out there to see, as well as hot as heck food to gobble-all-gone just as much.

Book Review: Around San Francisco with Kids
Posted Wednesday, May 24 @ 12:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Before we struck out on our well-planned, but no less unexpected trip to San Francisco, we took a quick trip down to our friendly neighborhood Barnes and Noble to get us a couple books to make us more like travelers and less like tourists. Nothing wrong with being a tourist, I just wanted to avoid that ‘lost’ look so many of us perpetually wear.


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