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Travel Blogs from Berkeley
Our first week here in Berkeley has been both fun and productive, as we have kept busy looking for an apartment and getting to know the area. On Wednesday we discovered Oakland with the invaluable assistance of Brendan's (honorary) cousin, Maia. We began at her house and met its various inhabitants, including a dog, two cats, a cockatoo, three or four rabbits, and a number of chickens, not to mention several other people. Maia drew us a map of Oakland on the inside of a ...
... very small with a small bed, chair, table, wash basin and toilet. Ex-prisoners talked about how they made up games to occupy their time, and if they weren't careful being on their own could drive them mad. The prison was close enough to the city that prisoners could hear people having fun and even smell the food. This made it even harder. It is believed that no-one ever escaped from Alcatraz but 3 prisoners managed to get from their ...
... San Francisco and spent 45 minutes in line for Passport Control and found our luggage with some trouble. The handle to my cheap Ross suitcase broke off and I jammed it in a recycle bin. We took turns pushing the damned suitcase onand off of BART, including a change at Oakland 19th Street. God knows how many trains we took the course of the two-day marathon.
But we're home!
Robert's notes :
As I write this Laura is driving and We are slow and go on the six lane
101 freeway headed back to Berkeley this morning. So glad we don't
have to do this every day! Ack!
This trip will be memorable for the coastal scenery including amazing spring flowers, rocky coastline, and wildlife sightings !!
tent is wet from the thunder storms that moved through Bodega Dunes
Campground unexpectedly last ...
... back down to Fisherman's Wharf and grabbed a burger for lunch.
Dave decided he wanted to have a look at an old submarine and a Liberty ship and as I had already done that back at the Intrepid Museum in New York, I left him to it and found a coffee shop where I could plug in my camera battery. I wanted to make sure my battery was fully charged prior to us leaving on the Alcatraz tour.
After an hour or so, I met up with Dave and we went for a ...