Courtyard By Marriott San Ramon
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... For those who do not want to drive the Sonoma trail you can take a wine train tour.
Maureen and I had enough wine by this time and decided to sight see in Santa Rosa. We spent a couple of hours there and left around 4:30. We were headed to an Applebee's in Alameda county not far from our Oakland billet. Traffic got very heavy near San Rafael California, just before we cross the ...
... wait until it was almost time for sunset then we drove to the final corner of the bridge, the northwest side, for some final shots of the beautiful bridge at sunset and all lit up in the dark. From where we were standing it felt like we were on top of the bridge, and as the sun was setting the view just kept getting better and better. The lights in the city and the surrounding areas all started the come on and the Oakland Bridge was covered in lights from top to bottom. They were actually ...
... 8217;m not even exaggerating. Not even a little bit. It was time for a seriously strong word with myself, which I am getting quite used to now really. After what felt like eternity, I eventually pulled up in the car park and was so relieved. I can’t even tell you how much. I took a picture of myself and I looked like Casper. White. As. A. Ghost. But you know what? I did it. If I can get through that, I can get through anything. And yes mum, ...
... to Pier 39. Admittedly a complete tourist trap, but great fun to saunter along. We went to check out the sea lions that hang out on wooden platforms by the pier. One particularly boisterous young male (not Benjamin, a sea lion) kept us entertained by continuously knocking other sea lions off the platform.
We carried on along the Wharf, stopping to watch a sword swallower on the way. Almost immediately Sam was "volunteered" to take part. ...
... but unfortunately they closed at 8pm and we were there at 8.10pm. So then we walked up the street to check where the bus stop is that we need to get to to catch a bus to the Caltrain station tomorrow. We also checked out a couple of carparks to get an idea of the prices ready for when Aya comes next Monday to spend time with us in ChinaTown. Back to our room, and we had nice ham/cheese/tomatoe rolls which we'd bought the ingredients for at Safeways. So all ...