La Quinta Inn Berkeley
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... I have been made extremely welcome wherever I have been and have been met invariably with kindness and genuine warmth. Starting with Patti and John who welcomed me into their home, their friends who did likewise, their acquaintances and all the other people I have met I have been made to feel welcome and at home here. Everyone seems to be bursting with creativity - wood carving, garden design, metal sculpting, music, glass blowing - ...
Part One of the Visa Mess (the day started at 6:00am and finished at 10:00pm)
Before this week, a few of my top fears in life were sea snakes, house fires, and applying for visas.
One bonus of spending the week at home rather than in Brazil with the group is that I had extra time to apply for my India and China visas. After my stressful experience with applying for the Brazil visa, I can’t say I was looking forward to ...
... Did some research on whether to drive all the way to Berkeley or drive to Daly City and take the BART. Finally decided to drive.
Grant and I left at about 12:30 and made our way through the city and over the Bay Bridge. When we got there I found a pretty good parking place. Grant and I then walked 1/2 a mile to where the girls were having lunch. However the timing didn't work out, as they just finished and were heading back into the city to take ...
... of bagels! Enjoyed a coffee in the square in the sunshine before making our way up Russian Hill to Fishermans Wharf.
Walked along the front to Pier39.Spent three or four hours meandering around the piers watching the famous sea lions lazing in the sun.
We then made our way to tourist information where we purchased The City Pass a booklet
... also ordered that the showers should always be hot so that the inmates never acclimatised to cold water.
They said that Escape from Alcatraz was impossible because even if an inmate managed to get out of the heavily fortified prison and then past the multiple guards, the freezing waters of the San Francisco Bay would kill a man within 20 minutes. Due to the heavy tides and currents it would take far longer than that for a man ...