Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Emeryville
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... Still we can always come back... Then drove onto 'Frisco. Across the Bay bridge (which we thought was the Golden Gate Bridge -oops!) lovely city with so much to offer. Parked up and checked into our quirky hotel - Hayes Valley Inn. Met up with Emily and Alejandro and walked to China town and had a lovely Dim Sum. Lots planned for the next few days. Some photos of Yosemite ...
... William Pereira). Here our happy little group broke up, parting with a photo. Seb and I headed back into Chinatown to devour some dim sum and dumplings at the Four Seas (greatest place for dim sum), and then we went to the amazing City Light’s Bookstore in North Beach where I went on the hunt for a more detailed history on the Shanghai movement. I spent the afternoon reading and dreaming up my famous debut novel on the subject. Steal it and ...
... you not paying them? Did you not train them properly? Do they hate you? Because I feel like they hate me, or at the very least are indifferent to me and my dining experience. They say polite things but still manage to wrap them up in a bubble of resentment and insincerity that is impressive if nothing else. Maybe that's what you trained them in.
Now let's tackle the food. The microwaved food. More specifically, the microwaved burger. There's nothing quite like a microwaved ...
... June – Tioga Pass
Next morning we started off with some continental breakfast. We checked out of the hotel and started to make our way towards Yosemite NP. We took route 395 and made sure we went through the Tioga Pass in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The total elevation of this pass is 3,031 meters and it had been open for just about a month. In winters the pass is closed and is completely snowed over. This area of California is breathtaking with wild flowers growing ...
... member) Hiedi! Not to mention, my sister and I started the day off with roof top yoga. After that, we adventured to the beach and walked through my favorite park, Fort Mason. Our beach activities included getting sun-burnt, and people watching or more like picking out who we would picture being married with (old men wind surfing, no thank you).
It's crazy how many activities you can do here in ...