La Quinta Inn Berkeley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that struck me -- push your boundaries, because it is on the edges that transformation occurs. Perhaps that's why a two week vacation was not enough for us. To transform we needed to pull up the stakes and journey around the world on our own.
Much love to everyone who travel with us through our blog and emailed and Skyped with us throughout our journey. All of you is what made coming home so sweet.
... row seats to The Bay Lights, which is an installation designed to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bridge opening. The installation is by Leo Villareal and includes 25,000 LEDs strung on the vertical cables of the bridge spanning 1.8 miles. There was also a full moon...awesome day!!
Day 5, our last day in SF, we started by packing up and checking out. We met Dan and Nicole at Pier 33 and set off on a ferry destined for the ...
... city and met with me at the Yerba Buena Center, where we got dinner and hung out for a bit before going to the Lamplighters production of The Pirates of Penzance.
I realize maybe this wasn't too much of a "travel" weekend, but it was still nice to hang out in the city for another weekend.
... one of the trees, that's how wide they are!! There was a huge tree that had fallen from the weight of snow in the winter and you could walk all the way through the middle.. I didn't though I was conscious my ass might get stuck!! Braced myself for the uphill hike back and ended up walking on my own which was really nice, got to go at my own pace and just strolled along thinking about life... and food!! Made it to the top ...
... got me interested in visiting there, and it had lovely shops - very me - and lovely food shops - also very me. We had a hot sandwich while sitting watching the crowds, and then walked back to Coit Tower. Ron walked the 435 steps up to the base of the Tower, intending to take the lift to the top. However, be balked at having to wait in the queue for 25 minutes, and walked back down without having been to the top of the tower. Silly man.