Courtyard By Marriott Pleasanton
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... get in on the blog game so Di doesn't get it all her own way, and to prove I'm not a miserable old man. Or a luddite. At least not always. No photos to add yet. One bridge in the distance but it looks more like the Waikanae bridge than the golden gate.
And yes, I ate my stew.
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... 40 with no walls so the guards could see what was happening and stop any violence which may erupt. The prison clothing was issued here and then the new inmates were walked naked to their cells. The cells are 3 sided open on one side with floor to ceiling bars and are 3 storeys high. At the end of each block are gun galleries where guards would sit. The cells are tiny just a bed, chair and desk and on the other side of the walkway a toilet and basin. There ...
... 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 ...
... We felt like we were home, as the resort welcomed us just as our Wyndham Resorts do in Florida. After getting settled, we needed to go out and get some provisions. There was a small market about a block and a half so we started off about 8 PM DST -5 PM Pacific Time. To put it mildly, it is VERY hilly in SF. The block we had to go up was quite steep. Doug only got about 25 yards and said, "I can't do this". ...
I have to be careful here so I don't upset too much my friend who went to San Francisco last year and was unable to go to Alcatraz because the government had shut down due to, um, something. It was probably money related (on The West Wing it was because they couldn't agree a budget). Because the government had shut down the National Park Service (which runs Alcatraz) had shut down, which meant my friend was reduced to staring mournfully at Alcatraz while ...