Courtyard By Marriott Oakland Downtown
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"Are you dancing Hawaiian Hula?" is the question most people ask me.
"You're close, but it's actually Tahitian Aparima" is my most common reply.
You're not alone. Most people who don't do Polynesian dance can't differentiate between the two. Even those who dance often can't tell unless you recognize the linguistics in the song. Other subtle signs to the uninitiated ...
... he followed us off the bridge then turned the sirens off but kept the lights on, he shouted more instructions as to where to pull over.
Before Marcia was off the bike he was asking her what was the number plate?
After I had got my helmet off and started talking to him he seemed to calm down, he asked how we had got the bike in to the country. I explained to him that I had ...
... me he was okay while I was huddled and shivering in my layers and warm hooded jacket. We confidently walked to the now well-known marker point of Peet's/12th St Bart station and stood at the free shuttle stop. We both laughed at ourselves still being momentarily startled when we would see car drivers eating with both hands, talking on mobile phones whilst not looking where they were going, or just vacantly gazing out the side of the ...
... object is to stay relaxed. If you tense up the ball will came to you and you lose. It was fun.
We found the Left Hand Store for left handed people. It was Maureen's dream store and for the first time in her life she now owns a left handed can opener. We passed by the Sock Market but I couldn't pass up the opportunity to take a ...
A nice late breakfast and everyone appreciated the extra sleep. The Fog Harbour restaurant on Pier 39 is a great location to start the day with views over the bay. We looked around the pier briefly before heading back to the hotel to pack and get ready for our coach tour of the city. We met our driver Peter, and guide Helmut who was to fill us in on the sights of San Francisco. We drove over the Golden Gate Bridge which is international ...