Courtyard By Marriott Pleasant Hill
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... ride around San Francisco Harbour.
Could not get into Alcatraz as all tours were booked out, so had to be happy sailing past it.up close.
Had a very nice final dinner in a little wine bar restaurant a short walk from our B & B
Have to be up at 6 am in the morning to head to the airport to fly to Hawaii for a couple of days, the first leg of our trip home
... impressive bridge - not that I am a bridge expert!
After getting to the carpark on the other side we headed into Marin County and to Tiburon a small village ( not sure what Americans call small places). Tiburon is not crowded with tourists so it was great to walk around and look at the real estate before we dined at a Mexican Restaurant for a late lunch. Rose, (Myra's flatmate) was ...
... we had some time left so we got to hop back in, drop our luggage at the hotel then navigate the one way streets to find a fuel station. That done and check in complete, we decided to head out to a famous local burger joint for dinner, Pearl Deluxe Burgers, which was super yummy. Then we just headed back to unpack and enjoy sleepy time. The next morning (Thursday 29th) over breakfast, I managed to see that the only day forecast for clear weather the rest ...
... a non-profit, I've also thought about volunteering on a regular basis. But I just didn't know what kind of volunteering I wanted to do.
Finally, the stars aligned for me as I'm in between contracts and the entire reason for me to start blogging again. I finalised an opportunity last Thursday and in about 13 hours, I'll be flying to the Philippine Islands - the land of my father and where I was born - to help ...
... crossings. We were about 16 miles out of Bellingham, WA - Squamish to Bellingham was the most difficult 100 miles of the entire trip - never thought we would see the day when we were actually happy to get on I5. We decided to spend the night in Anacordes, WA. - had dinner at Adrift (wonderful find).
8/23 - After breakfast at Adrift we walked around and then headed out to catch the Port Townsend Ferry to Whidbey Island. The day was ...