So the next stop was UC Berkeley. We drove through a seedy downtown and parked in that downtown area. We walked up to the campus and didn't know where to begin. Stephen was grouchy because he didn't like the town already. Unfortunately the campus was closed due to the holiday so we weren't able to set up any tours. A lady there pointed us in the direction of the pool so we headed that way. Stephen said he didn't even care if we saw that because he had no interest in that school. Being that it's a little liberal for me, and so tough to get into we said, "okay, let's go". We didn't have much time until our appointment at University of San Francisco so off we went.
All I knew about USF was that it was another small, Catholic school that Jen had recommended as well. Here we had an informational meeting as well as a tour. At first Stephen said he wouldn't even consider it because he didn't feel he could deal with the big city. After the tour he had said it seemed like a good school. The down side is that they had an awesome pool, but no water polo or swim team. That was a definite downer. They did have D1 soccer, which Nikki liked.
At the end of that day, we all talked about the schools. They all liked all of them except for Cal Poly SLO. They all said it just wasn't their kind of school, whatever that means! I think at this point it goes like this:
We may try to squeeze in UC Davis. We'll see how it goes.