Crowne Plaza Silicon Valley North/Union City
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- Swimming pool
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... Park. We wandered through the completely different and very green vegetation than what we know and fed some squirrels along the way with pistachios and peanuts (given to us by a passer-by).
We visited the very crowded California Academy of science and saw the aquarium, experienced an earthquake simulation in a house replicating the ...
... town, nipping in and out of the little boutique shops. I bought a couple of pairs of cheap leggings, as I seem to be living in them at the moment. We stopped for lunch in a gourmet sandwich shop and it was definitely gourmet compared to our usual subway! After a couple of hours of mooching around we drove down to the furthest point on the northeast side of the bridge to get yet some more pictures, like we didn’t already have enough!
After that we went back to the motel to ...
... together in 6 days. It’s been emotional.
So the last time I wrote was at the Motel 6 right? The next morning I drove back down the 101 towards San Francisco stopping at a grat little crepe place for breakfast (Jinny check out the photos, there was an amazing mural on the wall that you would have liked). My destination was Point Reyes National Seashore which is a national park with a hostel inside its boundaries. Half way down I had ...
... the exciting cars.
Tomorrow is a BIG day. It's the last day of our West Coast trip AND IT IS EMUNAH'S ENGLISH BIRTHDAY - 12! BAT MITZVAH!
Michele Frenkel Lol!!!!
Alexa Kaufman Gross Love all your pics.
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... to do so on Thursday we continued to explore and went to Union Square for a lovely lunch. We then walked on to Chinatown, which covers a large part of San Francisco’s city center. Here, we enjoyed a typical boba tea (cold tea with jelly, amazing!!) and were blown away by this colorful and buzzing part of the city. Once again we went up the highest tower of the city; this time it was the Coit Tower which is a rather ugly building but which allowed us to see the city ...