Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Emeryville
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Read up on the Academy of sciences, so decided o go there this morning. What a great place to see. Went into the planetarium for a look at the Dark Universe. A huge digital movie on the dome above. Was very good. Then into the internal rainforest of butterflies and birdlife 3 stories high as we wound ourselves down the circular ramp.
Through many other displays however the aquarium ...
... 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 ...
Myra picked us up at 9 and we headed off to one of her favourite places for breakfast Louis a diner overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Point Lobos. See louissf.com/ It was how we imagined your 'typical' diner was- coffee was just that coffee - brewed filter coffee, so no Latte for Susan. We tried some Root Beer - none of us like it
After this Myra took us back into San Francisco to drive ...
... were spectacular and the surrounding flora also beautiful. It was a bit unfortunate that a lot of people were talking in their loudest voices...so it was a bit difficult :p Otherwise such an amazing place to be, so different from the other parks we spent the last few days at and it some ways, similar to various areas down South, except with greenery magnified by 1000! Late afternoon we decided to head back into San Fran and so re-entered over the ...
... it still seems to me that it's not enough.
I've come to the conclusion that my tendency to show gratitude is by giving. Recently, my giving has been in the form of offering my frequent flier miles to people who can't afford to travel, leveraging my status with American Airlines to upgrade a close mate to Business Class from New York to Rio de Janeiro, hosting friends and family visiting from Hawai'i, ...