Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Richmond/Berkeley
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... were off to Yosemite in two days time so I booked onto this too with them but for the day in between I went to the California Academy of Science in Golden Gate Park which is a huge building filled with mini museums. There was a planetarium, earthquake simulator, rainforest, aquarium and lots of exhibits. Satisfied my inner-geek for a good few hours and I even got discount because I'd walked there which was a bonus. So the next two days I spent on tours. The ...
... trek to the mosaic steps was another challenge but we conquered it and they were well worth the climb up several hills. Hopped on another bus to Union Sq to meet the cable car and we rode the hills, once again to the waterfront and our final walk home from there. Happy hour was at the smallest pub in the world - has 10 bar stools and they were all full! Then the Japanese restaurant lured us in. What a great final day. Head to Seattle ...
... and to the bike transition area.
A nice moment, which captures the 'spirit' of triathlons around the world, one of the pros (from the swimming costume, a Canadian) was jogging along and began to move past an age group athlete who she said to in a friendly manner 'How are you feet?' she was also running barefoot! :)
This was followed by the out-and-back bike ...
... with several people on buses ...mainly when we were a bit lost and needed pointing in the right direction ...they want to chat and tell us about their city. Of course we may be a source of entertainment for them too! One girl told us that she was in London England on the 4th July and it was rubbish, no fireworks or anything. We explained that countries rarely celebrate their defeats but this was an impossible leap in understanding. Always looking to ...
... afternoon tea with E & P (again) didn't have cakies though :-) The boats it rocking and rolling again even though the Captain said it was to be a flat sea, typical Italian ;-) Down to dinner and a full table. From there we went to the Curzon and a Cellist, another new type of entertainment but quite good, a dry sense of humour and some unusual numbers for a cello Down to Masquerades after ...