Courtyard By Marriott Pleasanton
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... trip that they were taking. At first I didn't take her very seriously thinking that I couldn't go due to my schedule or the expense of doing so, but providence had it's hand at play and I was able to make it work!
This trip will definitely be a little different for me as far as my travel style goes in several ways. First of all, because my mom really wanted a "greatest hits tour" of this part of the continent (she doesn't get out quite as much as I do), instead ...
... A bit scary but I was confident in our driver as I knew he had been over this road many times, Upon arrival, we ate our little lunch and I started my trek into the woods to see the magnificent coastal redwoods. Doug did not go as he was afraid the walk would be too strenuous. As it turned out, it was an easy walk and a great experience. It was like being in a hallowed place- peaceful and quiet and surrounded with nature. We ...
... the San Francisco fire department at the time.
From there we walked down the 400 stairs of telegraph hill and through its wonderful gardens that flow from Filbert street down to Levi plaza. (And there is cool as parrots in there too)
- next on the list was Lombard street, otherwise known as the worlds crookedest street. We walked over there, (I'm sure you all know how flippin' steep san Francisco's streets are!!) and got the traditional tourist shots.
- we ...
... s Crookedest Street", Lombard Street, and amazingly, San Fran's most famous site....Jeremy and I had seen it, but I was riding a cable car then, and this time I was determined to walk it and photograph it. It was really fun, MOBS of Japanese tourists, but I could find places to stand and shoot.
And then, on to the corner of Chestnut and Powell, to get a shot of the cable car coming up Powell from the Bay, with Alcatraz in the background. I seriously ...
... started to walk through the park and came across a bike rental place and thought it was perfect way to see the park. We rode off and things were good for the first bit because the road was closed to car traffic and we had our own bike lane but that ended and we were amongst the car traffic. I was so worried about Haylee's wobbly handle bars and her almost getting creamed by an open car door that I never got to observe the beauty of our ride. It was a ...