Courtyard By Marriott Oakland Airport
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... so restaurant is probably a stretch more like a cafe but the food was great.
Tomorrow the others are heading for New York and Darren and I pick up our convertible mustang an start our drive to Long Beach where we will base ourselves for a few days. Its only about a 6 hour drive but we are doing it over two days. We plan on stopping at all the little towns along the coast to explore and soak up the atmosphere.
... again at all the photos on the walls. There are loads of pics of the owner with different celebrities and friends. When our waitress comes over I point to the photo of the guy who held the door for us and get her to confirm that this is the owner. She confirmed it was indeed the owner but that he had died a few years ago! Wow! How could that be? So I asked if he had any sons assuming that it must have been a ...
... my favourite: as Chaya is Indian, her steak was so spicy and flavoursome; we drank red wine and indulged. I realised from this point that life couldn't really get better than this. I was surrounded by the nicest people, eating amazing steak and drinking such good quality alcohol. So fun. I came to think that the wine country allows people to indulge guilt free; the weather is perfect, not humid, but constantly sunny with this lovely, un-selfish, cool breeze and so allows you to just ...
... of the top of the trees. Hands down. Yosemite holds the best views in any of the national parks I had been to and we sat on a rock, looking out and waiting for the stars to come out. There definitely is no light pollution in Yosemite. We had decided to go and check out the visitor centre in Yosemite valley and see what our options were. We had passed people hanging out on the beach at the river side. You had to wade through the water to get to the beach which was quite fun. We swam ...
... and drove through the Haight District which was well known as a hippie area in the 60’s -70’s. Houses where Hendrix and other famous artists lived were pointed out to us - so much to take in ! We went back to Union Square via Japantown and eventually on to Union Square.
Mary, George and Doug manage to walk up to the hotel while I checked out a couple of things at Macys and kept an eye out for potential dinner for us. ...