BEST WESTERN PLUS Airport Inn & Suites
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... preserved colonial architecture, meet some locals, practice our Spanish (educational), survey the accessibility of the places we visit and hopefully document this for future reference (journalistic/educational), drink some mojitos, swim in the ocean (we're brining our snorkeling gear), take a bus, eat some beans and rice, try a Cuban cigar, dance, stay up late, order "pizza in a bucket" per our ...
... house at the checkout so ended up going back to retrieve it, and then Hayley and I took the car to the airport. As we arrived at our San Francisco house the change oil light came on in Scooby, pretty happy with that timing! Had it come on earlier in the trip I would have been paranoid about what we were doing to his engine. We also had let our fuel run down to minimal levels as I had paid for a tank at the start of the trip and didn’t feel inclined to send the car back ...
... good frying". I found the concept of "frying" quite foreign but I'm not really sure why. Maybe it's because the frying products are lard (which I don't every remember my mother using) and because the boxes of it are so large. We did find some fresh blackberries and I am looking forward to those for breakkie. As we were leaving I helped an elderly long-grey-haired lady zip up her beaten up wheely suitcase. I observed she had been struggling with it on the floor for some time while ...
I followed that up with an excellent Clam Chouder in a sourdough bread bowl and glass of Napa Valley Riesling for dinner - both were excellent.
As I wandered contentedly back to my motel for a mid-afternoon cat-nap, by chance, I spotted, through an open window, several old wooden rowing skiffs in various stages of repair. Now one of the things I had wanted to involve ...
... undeniably a maximum-security facility. Increasing maintenance and operating costs led Robert F. Kennedy to close Alcatraz in 1963.
At about 8.55 we were invited to embark. We should probably mention that our trip to Alcatraz Island was provided by Alcatraz Cruises and we paid USD 30 per person. It took us less than 30 minutes to get from Pier 33 to the island. After we stepped on the grounds of “The Rock” we were given some important instructions on how to ...