Courtyard By Marriott Foster City San Francisco Bay Area
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... medical marijuana clinic. It was so nice seeing so many people in an old school record store now that so much music is bought digitally these days. Did a little shopping; bought a dress and belt at Tatyana for the upcoming warmer vegas weather, and grabbed some guitar picks and shopping bags at Amoeba for Steffan. Greig bought himself a great cap from a hat shop. The shop was my favourite as it was beautifully decorated ...
... stage the fog had rolled in thick over the bay and you could no longer see the bridge; apparently this happens on sunny days and so you're lucky to catch a glimpse when visiting in summer (again, apparently). Mum, dad and I had or first taste of the famous clam chowder in a sourdough cob loaf - really delicious and very filling. Dad managed to eat the whole thing somehow. Ryan was boring and had a typical seafood basket (deep fried), then we had ice cream at Dreyers. They have lots ...
... at home and other with a friend or relative who will not be accompanying you on your travels. Moreover, carry the other one with you.
• As soon as you arrive at your destination, keep the passport in a safe place, locked up. When you leave the hotel room for sightseeing, carry the copy of your passport and not the original. This reduces the risk of your passport being lost or stolen.
... a CityPass that includes sites and buses/cable car Our first coupon was the Aquarium as it was next to Alcatraz office. It was good but Sydney's is better. It was down at the wharf. We got our bike rental sorted to go over the Golden Gate on Saturday then wandered to the cable car back to Market St (lovely Chrissy lights on Macy's). And back to the apartment for an early night The crims will get to ...
... to the Oregon things would be nicer. The California Highway 1 is after all one of the supposed highlights of the entire US. On the way there was a sign for a tree you could drive through. It seemed like a minor detour so we decided to go see how much it was; surely driving through a tree isn't something that requires long term maintenance. It was cheap enough and sure enough it was like driving through anything only it was a tree.
It took around 2 hours ...