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Japanese Tea Gardens

We began our Sunday morning at the beautiful Japanese Tea Gardens after a drive through Golden Gate Park. Federico enjoyed the gardens, the assortment of cookies in the Tea House (Brad had tea, I had coffee, and Federico drank water), and the beauty and serenity of the surroundings. I remembered bringing my 8th grade students to San Francisco for school field trips, and seeing the gardens again through Federico's eyes.












Comments (3)


Wonderful pics! Especially that last one...........your "family" is picture perfect.


Federico is one lucky guy! I bet he needs a nap by now...you might be tiring him out with all these great adventures.

Seriously, we had an exchange student about 14 yrs ago and it was one of the best things that happened in our lives. You will cherish this time forever, and so will he. You will have life-long friends in him and his family. You will not want to host another student because you will be afraid nothing could ever be this good.

Palma, you and Brad are amAzing!


Barb Cabot:

Well you know I hold Japanese Gardens close to my heart. What a nice visit to the "east".

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