Courtyard By Marriott Pleasant Hill
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... an unusual demonstration that happens every Friday in Sebastol. On one corner the anti war anti gun lobby flies its flag while on the other side of the street the gun and war lobby fly their flag. This has been going on since 2003. I tried to get them together for a group picture but that did not fly. However the anti gun lobby did give me President Obamas phone number.
We could ...
... were stunning. You could see across the whole city landscape and it was awesome.
Next we drove up and down some of the streets that branched off Market Street to see if we had missed much. Dolores Street was very picturesque with beautiful houses and palm trees lining the middle of the street. Valencia Street looked like it had some cool funky shops and cafes and Mission Street didn’t look great so I don’t think we missed that much.
On the way back ...
... to be there. I was practically in their bedroom. This was the second time since leaving LA that I had to have a stern word with myself. I was distracted when I turned the corner and was in a marshy area with a handsome blue heron. I watched him walk around for a while in his slow, purposeful way then he disappeared into the reeds. About five minutes later I could hear the sea and the landscape opened right up again and my feeling of unease ...
... already 4pm and we had more planned for the day. So, A picked Y up and we headed for Lombard street. That is the famous, very steep, zigzag street in SF.
We had our map and figured it wan't too far but didn't take into account that we had to walk UP and UP very steep streets. Y had finally calmed down and found the streets exciting, so that was good. We reached the zigzag street and the police were there blocking the ...
... doctor specializing in nuclear medicine and his wife is still working and she works as a diagnostic doctor with cancer cells. They were so nice and so happy and said it was his 70th birthday, so that's why they'd come to Chinatown to have lunch to celebrate. They live in Los Angeles. Well, next thing, is that they said they were going to have yum cha and were very keen for us to come with them - their treat !!! I said we'd only had breakfast not long ...