Courtyard By Marriott Pleasant Hill
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... from the pro-Union rallies held there on the eve of the Civil War. Since then the plaza has undergone many notable changes, one of the most significant happening in 1903 with the dedication of a 97 foot tall monument to Admiral George Dewey's victory at the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. The monument is also a tribute to the sailors of the United States Navy and commemorates U.S. President William McKinley, who had been recently assassinated. Executed by Robert ...
Had a great day, left Oakhurst and drove into the Yosemite National Park. This park would have to be the most spectacular scenery I have ever seen. It is very majestic with the sheer rock faces and waterfalls, although the waterfalls have less water at this time of the year they are still beautiful. You are in a valley with a full circle of mountains. I will upload some photos tomorrow, this internet is very ...
... top of Buena Vista park. No doubt M&M would have biked up it backwards, but for us it was the right amount of huffing and puffing. Naturally we followed it with beer and tacos...and ice cream. Day 3 we embraced our tourist status and boarded a narrated 'Hop On Hop Off' bus. We grabbed some seats on the open air roof and settled in for a 2 hour narrated drive. It was really great and we got an awesome up close encounter with the Golden Gate bridge. We hopped ...
... House of Nanking which everyone tells us we have to try and get in relatively quickly (well for this place anyway). For the princely sum of $39-95, we have a pretty impressive Chinese meal and a bottle of wine. The service is exactly as described- quick but not overly friendly!
After a very long day we manage to find a bus stop that will get us back to the accommodation. As an added bonus, we get the most entertaining bus driver; for ...
... with gangs personally for many years now he has a family. Next I sat next to a lady from the Philippines who has lived in the USA for 8 years with her husband. Finally I sat next to Eddie from Hawaii, an ex marine who has a 100 year old mother from Mexico. He was travelling to San Francisco (where he now works) from Mexico where he got bit by a poisonous tarantula one and a half weeks ago. He showed me his healing arm and a photo of the tarantula ...