Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Richmond/Berkeley
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... fuel than necessary.
It was dark by this point too and the drive to the airport was horrible as I was worried we’d run out of fuel, the satnav got me lost, and then the actual car rental place in the airport is a mission to get to. I reckon we drove three miles at least once in the airport just to reach the drop off point. We made it though, with about ten miles left on the milometer before Scooby was empty, and that was the end of our driving portion of the ...
... so gave us a double queen room with a wonderful view. I can also tell that she will look after us as we are here for so long. She was shocked by our 10 day stay. Said to let her know if she could help in any way. We are laying low this afternoon before heading out for an early dinner and a walk around. Should be fun. P.s probably had some of the worst Thai food ever tonight, the spring rolls were cold with tofu and had egg all over ...
... back across city to train station. OMG !! hills, more like mountains to climb, but did come across worlds windiest road, lombard street. Back to hotel via train & shuttle for long soak in bath & bite to eat.
This was a fantastic day viewing the sights of San Francisco by bike. This is something me & ray would never of done, highly recommend. The only downside of San Francisco for us is, we not stayed long enough, need at least 3 ...
... park, while mostly discussing fantasy football. The tasting room was nothing to write home about but the beers were good and from there we were ready for Chinatown.
I have been to a few “Chinatowns” before, but this was something else. The people, the food, the smells (good and bad), the trinkets. All of them exploding out of every storefront and in your face. We spent a couple of hours gawking at the food and everything else, trying ...
... around on big MASH trucks that were used in the Korean war. They've been adapted with the addition of seats on top which the kids loved riding in. We drove through the giraffe enclosure before moving on to the White Rhinos. We drove up t see the Zebra and various antelope and deer. We then went into the Wilderbeast and Water Buffalo enclosure - the large male Water Buffalo didn't seem to appreciate our presence so we ...