Bay Breeze Inn Oakland
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi All: This TravelPod of Dan & Sally's Adventure was suggested as a way for us to share our Europe & Israel travels with you guys. If you're into this and enjoy it, let us know. If not, let us know that and we'll let you off the hook. Which brings me to our packing light lessons we took from Rick Steves travel guides which bemoaned dragging heavy luggage on and off planes, trains, and ...
... all our quarters. Day 13: We drove the scenic 49 miles route today with our car, visiting all the major attractions on "Frisco": the Acquatic Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, the huge beach in the west, the Twin Peaks overseeing all SF, Golden Gate Park with a pedal boat trip, the Japan- and Chinatown, the steepest street, etc. Great ...
... rained in 2 days now (knock on wood). I quickly fell in love with the atmosphere around Pier 39. It was a very fun and energizing place with crab shacks, bars, and funky stores all over. I became particularly intrigued by two stores: the first called the Lefty Store that sold all normal household items but in their lefty forms. At first I thought this was actually really cool and eye opening until I picked up a “lefty’ pair of scissors, which ...
This trip happened to plant itself in the midst of unexpected chaos. Perhaps because of the frenetic nature of this time, a vacation with some of our favorite people is a double blessing. Here's to a good night's sleep, behaving children, behaving planes, and relaxing trip surrounded by friends and ...
... another wander. Ray took loads of photos of buildings and we both walked around with our necks craned as we looked at the amazing array of differing styles of architecture and graffiti art. The tim tams were happily received by the T-Mobile staff, and we made it back to the apartment to enjoy toast (well, let's call it warm sweet bread because there is no toaster in the apartment) and vegemite and a lovely and longed-for cup of tea. Then to eat our leftovers for dinner and crash for the ...