Hyatt Place Dublin/Pleasanton
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... half of California was in the queue. Luckily just up the street we found the port tavern restaurant where even though it was only 10am the waiter recommended a Bloody Mary maybe that was from the color of my face from climbing all the bloody hills Settled for smoked devilled eggs and a baguette with an assortment of nut butters peanut walnut hazelnut and honey. ...
... to departure gate about 50m and over an hour. The flight to Auckland was uneventful and surprisingly comfortable, and no sickos or crying babies. Well Kat had a little-ish kid behind her, kicking her seat at times.
The most entertaining part of the trip was seeing ole CDOie McGee stress out over a twisted seatbelt strap. I told her that there was no way of fixing it without removing her seat and unbolting the seatbelt mount. This was ...
This morning we checked out of our hotel in Reno and spent most of the day driving through the mountains. We stated driving toward Lake Tahoe and from the highway spotted a memorial to the early pioneers. We veered off and entered Donner Stat Park, memorializing the fated area where the Donner party was stranded on their way out west. There is a lovely visitor's center that was just opened earlier this ...
... the sea lions making ruckus, which was surprisingly entertaining. We strolled around the city, visited Union Square and the outside of City Hall. We hired a tandem bike and cycled around the bay, and across the Golden Gate Bridge, and back again. We ate some great food in some dedicated vegetarian restaurants.
However, it wasn’t all fun. The hostel was fine, but shared bathrooms are just not that desirable, and it was very ...
... his summer wardrobe for about $150. I saw some gay men shopping in the women's section - there was leopard print involved. By this time we were starving and wandered around looking for lunch. We found a diner !!! It was so cool - we each had a 9 inch pizza (carbs and cheese) for $7 each which of course we couldn't finish. It was very nice. While we were in there, 2 homeless guys were having an up close in your face yelling match just outside. Imagine the smelly breath! ...