La Quinta Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pizza with fresh mozzarella, which was $13. It was very good and there was plenty to share with Donald.
Of course, right after we risked life and limb making a left turn out of the restaurant into traffic, we saw two places which would have matched our style better. One was named "Mustard's". The other was a road-side drive-in where the locals go. We never made it back to either of them.
The drive to our ...
... on our own, so Travel Director Nicole Kreigenhofer suggested grazing, stopping at several Ferry Building retailers to take in their specialties. I myself got taken in by a candy vendor who gave me a sample of dark chocolate almond brittle with sea salt – all my favorite flavors. I bought two pounds. Unfortunately, Patrick has commented that "rats" have been eating the brittle (toffee) when he isn’t looking. Wonder ...
... A bit scary but I was confident in our driver as I knew he had been over this road many times, Upon arrival, we ate our little lunch and I started my trek into the woods to see the magnificent coastal redwoods. Doug did not go as he was afraid the walk would be too strenuous. As it turned out, it was an easy walk and a great experience. It was like being in a hallowed place- peaceful and quiet and surrounded with nature. We ...
We had a great time on Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 today. Lots of shopping and great seafood was the name of the game today.
Saw the sea lions on Pier 39. It's nice that they built them floating raft/docks since I was here last in the late 80's. Back then, they made due with whatever dry space they could find. Of course that means that there were fewer sea lions back when I was here before. Now there are litterally ...
... down. There were a few first-time Road Scholars and a significant number who had done 12 or more programs; seemed like an interesting group of people.
Dinner was nice---chicken marsala with tasty accompaniments and apple pie for dessert. We sat with Bill and Winnie, June, Alice, David and Ingrid.
Later, back in our room, I finished my book and crashed soon after. It had been a longggg day!