Our second day in San Francisco, we traveled down to Cupertino to visit Phil’s brother who works for Apple. Yes, that Apple.
First we needed badges because you can’t just wander aimlessly around Apple Headquarters without an escort or a reason. We each typed in our name and the company we work for. Much hilarity ensued as the children decided who their employers would be.
Then we wandered around and ended up at the cafeteria for lunch. All I can say is…wow! They sure are living large there with a big assortment of cooked to order meals, custom pizzas, smoothies, and fruit. We wrapped our time there taking pictures in front of the address sign, proudly displaying our free apples.
Fruit. Not electronics.
And since we were pretty much right down the street, we also went to the Winchester Mystery House. I have no pictures of this event because they weren’t allowed. I have no idea why. No military discount, either. And definitely no free apples. But the kids thought it was really, really cool (as did the grown ups), so it was time well spent.