Merrianne and I just ate larabars and other leftover food in the room for breakfast. Merrianne wanted to go take the shuttle to the Park Visitor’s Center, which had been closed when we saw it the last time. Unfortunately, there wasn’t time, as we had to get on board the train at 8:30 am.
When we got off the bus, there was some kind of mix-up, and two couples (including Merrianne and myself) did not get their envelopes with info and room keys. Justin got us some keys in short order.
The four of us walked around downtown a bit, looking for dinner. Actually, Merrianne and I had already eaten our Subway sandwich for dinner, so I wasn’t hungry, but we joined Jackie and Steve for the social aspect. We ended up at My Thai restaurant, which was as good as the average Thai restaurant in the San Francisco bay area.
We got back to the hotel at about 9:30 pm. Fortunately, the Holland America info room was open until 10. Although we did get room keys, we needed the info packet with transfer information from the hotel to the airport. That got cleared up. We were to go aboard the 3:45 am shuttle to the airport.
Jackie and Steve visited our room just before bedtime to lend Merrianne a nail clipper. In a circle, they offered a prayer of thanksgiving and blessing for us.