There were lots things I loved about RVing full time in California.
Because the state is so big, when you RV full time in California, there is so much to see.
But my brother Eli and I liked San Francisco the best, because we stayed there the longest. What made it the most fun is that we had our cousins there.
When you RV full time, you get to see many neat things and learn a lot of things that you never knew about before. And sometimes you just have FUN!
In this full time RVing post, Eli and I tell you about some of our favorite things about RVing full time in Cali!
1. Seeing Our Cousins Cobalt and Cypris (known as Cy Cy)
We went of lots of cool places like the aquarium in Golden Gate Park.
At their house, Eli played Legos with Cobalt and Alex chased Cy Cy around.
2. The Big Sleepover at Cobalt and Cypris’ House
In the morning at about six o’ clock Cypris woke up and started crying and Alex tried to put her back to sleep. But she kicked him in the crotch! Ouch! He then put her in the bed he was sleeping in and she was fine.
3. Going to Ghirardelli Chocolate
We went with our cousins to get sundaes and they were good!
Eli almost ate his whole sundae! Believe me it tasted good. It had hot fudge,whipped cream, and a chocolate waffle cone.
4. Playing Baseball with Alex’s Buddies at Baseball Field in The Marina
Alex met a bunch of kids on a base ball field. He ended up being very good friends with them.
5. Taking science classes at the Exploratorium with Ken and Cassie
Ken and Cassie were great teachers, they were fun too! Cassie was project-based and Ken was just trying to make it fun.
We learned a lot from Ken and Cassie at the Exploratorium, it is a must see for all kids (and adults too)!
6. Building Legos at Cobalt’s house and Making New Creations
Eli made at least three Lego bases. They all looked awesome!
7. Having sodas at the Top of The Mark
Root beer for Alex and seven up with sweet and sour for Eli. The soda was really good, but they had a very long line. Plus to just get a table, you had to wait 30 minutes.
Once we got in, we pretended we were James Bond…that was fun.
8. Walking Across the Golden Gate Bridge
Wow, I remember that long 10 mile walk! We did it with our cousins. It was the longest walk that I ever walked!
9. The Alcatraz Tour When RVing
My mom thought the Alcatraz was scary, but I thought it was interesting and cool!
I enjoyed the boat ride out too…it was as fun as RVing.
10. Lego Robotics and Lego Engineering Classes
They were extremely cool. You got to make your own robot.
11. Going to the Monterrey Aquarium with Ridge and Maren
Ridge and Maren are our new friends and the aquarium was awesome!!
12. The Epic Sock War on Alex’s Birthday
We had a sock war and our cousin cobalt cried because he got hit in the head by a sock! Sorry Cobalt, but that WAS funny!!!
13. Super Duper Burgers on Chestnut Street
The burgers at Super Duper Burger were awesome and the pickles were homemade and awesome!!!!!!!!
14. Getting Frozen Yogurt at Yogorino on Chestnut Street
They were right, Yogorino is the best yogurt! 101% good yogurt they said.
15. Delicious BLTs at Fresh Bay Cafe
These were the best BLT’s in the world.
16. The Pool War in St. Helena
We went to a big castle in St. Helena…
But the epic pool war we had with Oliver was the best. We threw plastic bags with water in them at each other. Oliver’s dad Tom played whiffle ball with us while my mom and dad went to a winery. We had fun at Tom, Shirley and Oliver’s house, they were very nice to us.
17. The Best Fish Ever at Fog City Diner
Even though it was only made with Bay Seasoning, it was awesome!
18. Riding The San Francisco Cable Car
The cable cars were very helpful because they got people up big hills. I liked that you could jump on and off.
19. Art Class With Cousin Kyle
The lessons she gave us were very good – we got to paint and draw. Plus, Kyle was very good at art.
Well, that is our list of the best things we did in San Francisco when we were RVing full time. When you go RVing, make sure you go to San Francisco, its the best city (next to Boston of course)!
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Alex and Eli