Hyatt Place Fremont/Silicon Valley
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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 ...
... murals on the walls. Stopped in to Magnolia Pub and Brewery for lunch; another wickedly gorgeous San Franciscan eatery with delicious food. Greig and I shared meals; Turkey club and burger...I love that meals come with pickles. After lunch we took a short stroll off Haight-Ashbury to see some more of the ridiculously gorgeous Victorian houses. They are exquisite and I could spend all day looking at them. We then took a ...
... 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 ...
... quite literally, made it possible for me to drive away and keep on driving. Thank you.
My thanks, too, to all of you good gentle readers for following me on this mad adventure, for encouraging me, and for sticking with me through the "boring bits." Thank you.
And finally, my thanks to Mr. Farrell for providing me, even in his absence, with the means to attempt something this crazy. You're still looking after me, even now. Thank you, love. Thank you.
... is great fun. California drivers are cautious and courteous (not) as they hurl with abandon around the flowing turns of the Oakland hills. I'm glad I got to park the rig a few days at the lovely Rosen home. Sadie made a new friend in Riley, Mark and mostly Fonda's dog. The dogs got along pretty good with only a few timeouts. We had lots of long dog walks which lent themselves to longer conversations. Catching up on travel ...