Bay Breeze Inn Oakland
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... apparently they lower it down from a rooftop in a bucket), check out the swamp, relax, and much more.
The newly updated US - Cuban travel regulations specify that US citizens can now travel for various "journalistic" and "educational" purposes. Well, I'm glad to report that we are planning to partake in several activities in each of these categories, as noted above. So I think we're good ...
... in the checkout queue (that's why I went over to her). She sweetly looked up at me when we finally succeeded in getting the zipper to cooperate, and said "now I just need my ballet shoes and I'm all set to go!" Indeed. We found our way back to the apartment and longingly thought of sleep, but set ourselves a goal to at least make it to 6pm (that would have meant we'd been awake 33 hours or so). I decided I wanted to take a packet of tim tams to the T-Mobile staff, so we headed ...
... so come rain or shine I will have to be out and about. Right now I'd gladly turn tail, reclaim my cases, unpack and take up permanent residence in my floating home. It's a very weird feeling and I'm quite uneasy about it. Perhaps last night's news of Aunt Hope's death has contributed to my general feeling of uncertainty. However, it's only for four nights, by which time I'll be de-institutionalised and looking forward to spending ten days with ...
... the 60s/70s and still is), and of course, Alamo Square for the obligatory photo of "the painted ladies". For those not in the know. You would know them from the opening credits of "Full House" back in the day :-) All in all, it was a great tour and a fantastic day. We would highly recommend a personal tour to anyone. Although it is a more expensive way to see the city, it was a highly detailed tour and can be personalised anyway you would ...
... tour of the city of San Fran, this included ride over the Golden Gate Bridge, tour of each suburb and around the coastal areas of the city by the bay. The views was stunning, we had couple stop of points to take photos and soak in the views, only thing missing was the trek group. The air-coned coach wasn't quite the white van I had come to love either but never mind. The tour finished around 1.30pm, so I grabbed some lunch before heading to peer 33 for the trip ...