Time passes so fast, it would have been a year before we complete our US travelogue. We had a magical experience visiting the Golden Gate Bridge the day before.
And we were ready to leave San Francisco, but not before collecting our rental car.
We had 5 pieces of luggage and were told that we had to take a Buick Enclave to fit our family inside..
Wasting no time after the car collection, we hit the Golden Gate Park.
The San Francisco Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park where it houses landscaped gardens containing over 8,500 different kinds of plants from around the world.
A short distance away is the California Academy of Sciences. We heard that it’s a must to check out this discovery centre as by far, it’s an educational experience that every kid will never forget.
The California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park has three combined attractions where we could explore the aquarium, planetarium, and a natural history museum.
Our first time seeing a white alligator, one of the rarest in the world!
There was a school excursion and many curious kids are here at the rainforest exhibit.
The building just offers endless fun! We spent about 2 hours here which was rather short before hitting the road.
We drove along the Pacific Coast Highland where there are 13 incredible stops on your visit to California. Well, we tried our best but it was challenging to visit every single attractions.
We stopped by Silicon Valley to visit Facebook Headquarters and Googleplex.
Continue our journey and checked Stanford University.
Hit the road again..
We passed by Santa Cruz, Monterey and on our way to Big Sur, cattle feeding on the hills.
Taking a breather and had our lunch before moving to our next accommodation.
Finally arrived at our Airbnb!
The landlord provided instruction how to retrieve the keys.
A big house where we stayed together with the landlord.
The next day, we hit the road again (as usual) where we covered about 450km per day.
Stopped at rest points to have our meals.
After driving about 300km, we finally reached Denmark. Did we hear correctly? More than a 100 years ago, a group of Danes settled in a corner of this idyllic place.
The beautiful Solvang is a city in Santa Barbara County, California. This charming Danish village is nestled in the Santa Ynez Valley that looks and smells like Christmas year-round.
Every spot is so tempting for us to pause by to take photos.
Yummy! We were seized by the delicious scent of freshly-baked pastries.
Small M was thrilled to see the famous windmill!
Solvang town where visitors will see all kinds of shops and bakeries, as well as windmills, which everyone loves.
Just one of their growing up years.
It was a perfect day to sit out and map out our Solvang plans for the day.
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