Courtyard By Marriott Pleasanton
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... group made its way across town to a festive Irish Pub.....epic cover band, dance floor, sharades and banter....it was a perfect end to a very special week for me. Thanks to 'G' yet again for another memorable adventure, for connecting me with 'real' people, and for employing the very best leaders who inspire. I'm staying with Airbnb (www.airbnb.com) for a week and exploring San Fran solo. If the weather plays ball, I hope to see this city....perched on a bicycle saddle. Nite ...
... 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 ...
... the other side.
After the bridge, Kate (now being at home), took us to a little area called Baker Beach for a picnic lunch. This was more of a beach than the lake in Yosemite, but definitely nothing like back home. The sand was slightly more white, but there was this thick banding of black pebbles guarding the Pacific Ocean, as if to say 'if you can get past me then you deserve to swim in the ocean!' Seriously though - spiky black pebbles on a beach?!? We had a picnic lunch on ...
... and the amount of people was unbelievable. You would hate to live in the area with people there everyday.
We packed up our stuff ready for our checkout next day.
Couldnt be bothered walking out again to get dinner, so we ordered take away Indian which was very nice ...
... br> But isn't it a kind thing that someone tries to be interested in you? And appreciates that you've entered their store? Actually it is.
The thing I always notice is that it seems fake every now and then, like a drill, not true. But that's kinda American style I guess... Seemingly interested without actually being interested. What I wonder is when do Americans get real? And serious? And mean ...