Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Emeryville
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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This was the art under the overpass. Most people probably don't even look at it.
... everywhere, and while some might look a little strange, everyone we met was very nice and helpful. When they say a city is vibrant, you can really feel something special in San Francisco. People are going places, doing things, having fun with friends, meeting new people, there's just so much happening here! The houses and neighborhoods are awesome! Lots of tall skinny residential buildings, very colorful, with lots of pride ...
... a change! Good morning San Francisco and hello free bagels in the hostel kitchen! We used the free bagels for our lunch but we also had them for breakfast. It was definitely a bread overload kind of day. It was our second day in the beautiful city and we were uber excited for Alcatraz. Alcatraz is a famous island which was once used as a prison for America's most notorious criminals in the sixties era. We had to make our way to pier thirty three near fisherman's wharf and that ...
... is the oldest glasshouse conservatory in the Northern Hemisphere; maybe Kew is not in the Northern Hemisphere? There some lovely walks through the woods and we had the picnic on an open area by a baseball pitch with a game (or possibly just practicing) going on. Late afternoon we trundled the luggage (carefully!) down the hills and took the BART back to the airport and flew out, having "done" San ...
... drive taking those tight turns..although the car deposit is on Andrews card... Fort point On a less than optimal visibility day we drove down to Fort point to get a good view of the Golden Gate Bridge. On the way in I resisted the temptation to tailgate one of those awful underpowered trike cars tourists hire to drive around the area. Honestly if you want something easy to start and stop just hire a bloody bike like everyone else. The fort provided a really cool view of the first 1m of ...