Thursday, 25 January 2018

Braving San Francisco

With the events of yesterday put behind us, we set out to cover what we couldn't do yesterday. As true Star Wars fans, we went to Lucasfilm in the Presidio just to take a picture of the Yoda fountain. From there we proceeded to the building dedicated to our other love, Walt Disney. The Walt Disney Family Museum was opened by Disney's daughter to celebrate the life and legacy of Walt Disney. The galleries were incredibly detailed and had many personal item from Walt himself as well as his extended family. We spent all of our morning there before finding a Shanghainese dumpling place for lunch.

After that, we braved Golden State Park again for a round of frisbee golf. The pros made it look easy and Malcolm admitted that the children had better form than he did...It was serious stuff with a variety of approach and putting frisbees. The rain interrupted play and we returned to our hotel. Malcolm and Opa had a basketball game to go to and the children just wanted to enjoy their last free hours of screen time before we return to Australia.


Walt Disney Family Museum

Original furnishings from the apartment in Disneyland

Earliest known rough drawing of Mickey Mouse

348 frames drawn for less than 15 seconds of footage! Steamboat Willie


Frisbee Golf....

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