BEST WESTERN Danville Sycamore Inn
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This is really Friday where I am playing some blogging catchup! First, Happy Birthday, Staci! Just think about year ago we were helping to celebrate your birthday in Napa with you and Vincent!
Wednesday, September 17 - The day was filled with business and catching up with old friends. Lunch with a client and learning more about the current business environment. Great catch up and lunch at a place called the Good Fork.
Then, drive up ...
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... and to the bike transition area.
A nice moment, which captures the 'spirit' of triathlons around the world, one of the pros (from the swimming costume, a Canadian) was jogging along and began to move past an age group athlete who she said to in a friendly manner 'How are you feet?' she was also running barefoot! :)
This was followed by the out-and-back bike ...
... of around 950,000.
The city itself was all but destroyed by an earth quake and ensuing fires in 1906.
Although it has a nice feel to it, it seems a mish mash of style and architecture. Not withstanding the steep hills, it isn't overly impressive as far as city's go..
The curiously named "Tenderloin" district gained notoriety as the worst neighbourhood in the city (I suppose we were lucky it was ...
... couch when he saw my request and had a beautiful apartment just a few blocks from the Bay Bridge. We dumped my backpack and he took me on an impromptu walking tour of the city.
I woke up the next morning to find all the ingredients left out to make purple berry pancakes and mango ice-cream in the freezer - I really don't know how I get quite so lucky but I decided not to question it and took the time to check out the hot tub on the roof and fabulous views! Next ...