Hyatt Place Fremont/Silicon Valley
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On 14th morning we had a nice walk close to Manju and Jayashree's house in quite hot weather. The special feature of the walk was we could pick black berries on the way and eat it. The berries grew ion the wild and very sweet indeed. Soon after we had a brunch of Anna saru, chapathi and dal and then started our drive to the Bay Area.
Yesterday Chris flew off to Colarado for a work planning conference while we joined Jackie, Nick and Liz (Jackie's mum) for dinner at a Tex Mex restaurant. The food was very tasty and authentic but the margarita was totally bizarre. I was stunned when the waitress put down a large beer stein glass filled with what looked and tasted almost like lemon cordial. In a nod to the traditional drink the rim of the glass had large salt ...
... of doing, but we got there after much getting lost, wandering around in large circles and standing at the wrong streetcar stops. Today, we ended up at Fisherman's Wharf because that is where the cable car took us. We decided to embrace the moment and just let it happen. We did know that any purchases we made at the wharf would be inflated prices, so we at least knew not to buy souvenirs or food. So, we bought souvenirs at Fisherman's Wharf. And we had lunch at Fisherman's Wharf. ...
... the locals but a nice enough area. The hotel even had its own pool, although I think most people come here on business so it hardly got used.
So today we headed out over to The Silicon Valley area and our first stop was Google - after driving over a toll bridge, through the smelliest area ever and finally getting into the car park we were there. It was cool but a little weird, we were able to walk around the ...
... 8217;t I have it? They said I could have it’.
It was depressing being back in a city, so much so I actually started crying waiting for the ferry to take me over the bay to visit Sausalito. The windy but sunny town mopped up my tears and I admired the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz as we passed them on the crossing. Resisting an ice-cream in Lambert’s parlour I bought a coffee but accepted a taster of a flavour called Nuku Hiva, ...