Piedmont House

Address: 2434 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, California, 94704, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 2434 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, is near University of California, Berkeley, Greek Theater, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and Moe's Books.
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    Back to normal… sort of

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Dec 07, 2014

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    It's been just over four months since we returned to Berkeley from our trip around the world. It's taken us this long to gain enough perspective to write a proper epilogue for our journey. The transition back to Berkeley was remarkably (and in many ways sadly) quick. Alex and I almost instantly became slaves to our iPhones again and the kids had sleepovers within a day or so of returning home. Still, we are changed in subtle ways and hopefully for the kids in ways ...

    Transit and thoughts regarding usa

    A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 17, 2014

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    ... the shape of turns coming up with useful adjectives including a triple s bend or more wriggly lines coming up. -GPS information must be combined with real time driving view otherwise you will likely be telling the driver to stop driving in the bushes or off the edge of the cliff. -don't over-hydrate because it can be a very long painful distance to toilets. Also it is hard to drive with your legs crossed if you are getting desperate. -passenger must nap. If you ...

    Berkeley & Martinez

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... home in Buckley and named Camp Muir after John Muir who lived here in Martinez. The site is now a national historic site that covers about several hundred acres and has landmarks on it like old wagons and windmills. Some old sheds were preserved and have historical artifacts that were used in old farming days. There are still a lot of trees here. John Muir was very into nature and it shows by seeing ...

    Day 11 - Monterey - Carmel - San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by pat-bentley on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... actuality than they appear in photos), and tomorrow we plan to take one up to Fisherman's Wharf. San Francisco is a busy town, full of activity, people coming and going, and everything is compact and squeezed into a much smaller space than LA....look forward to exploring it tomorrow and over the next few days. This is our last mainland stop before we head to Hawaii in 4 days time....this also marks the 'half way' point of our ...

    Ferry Building & Pier 39

    A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... the 1906 earthquake. In 1936/7 the bridges were built which meant the ferries weren't used much and the building fell into disrepair. The 1998 earthquake did damage, particularly to the road out the front (remember cars hanging over bits of upheaved road – well this was the place). Along with the road repairs it was decided to renovate the building, in keeping with it’s origin and it was reopened in 2003. Today the second floor ...

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