America's Best Inn Redwood City
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... the days earlier and the cold wet rain that came in. Needless to say it was a vitamin I type of day. Once entering the forest I was hiking slow and easy until the body decided to get back in motion and the pain killers kicked in. The forest was extremely peaceful and soothing to the soul, which got me out of my funk. The trees and forest were interesting and big and created a rain forest environment. The second half of the day was ...
... the mini beasts, and we left earlier than planned since breakfast was now not an option in the house.
We hit the road and left LA behind heading for our final west coast destination, San Francisco. We had brunch in Dennys again, and next to the one we pulled over at was a strange place called Bravo Farms. So after we had eaten we went over there to have a look around. It is one of four locations and sells its own brand local produce, including lots of nuts and ...
... laugh. That's some sweet bitter of tour.Next was public library and I think Union station? We did not explore as mum is too tired. So just a few photos and back to the bus.I forgot what island was the make up island. But it was overlooking one of the bridges and we got a few shot of the bridge itself. Was already dark so we cannot really take photos. But the citylight looks great. Just like in HK.Dinner was quite ex as we ordered 2 veggies. Should have ordered 1 only. And ...
... island, occasionally visited by Indians. The last Mexican governor of California planned to erect a lighthouse on Alcatraz, but before it could be built, California was annexed by the United States. The U.S. government began to study possible uses for the island, and in 1850, a military board proposed a three-point defensive strategy for San Francisco Bay. Alcatraz, along with Fort Point on the south side of the Golden Gate, was an important part of the U.S. Army´s western ...