Crowne Plaza Concord
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to Applebees, just because its one of those places you hear about on TV shows and we thought we'd give it a try.
There was a 20 minute wait for a table, but we were able to wait at the bar, so we ordered a drink.
The table was ready before the beers were though, so we went to get our table and asked the waitress whether we should pay for the drink first or all together at the end.
Because of the tipping system we just weren't sure, and ...
... fuss and headed to our accommodation.
The Europa Hostel is cheap and nasty, and in a not really nice part of town but the owner and his son are really nice guys and made us feel quite safe. Justin and I dropped the car off up the street at a secure car park before taking the girls out somewhere for dinner, the were both a bi peckish. We first went to Tempest a dive bar that reeked pretty ...
... to see a sum total of sweet FA as the spring mist descended down the whole the coast and we had fantastic views of the rear ends of slow moving RVs. This time however we couldn't have asked for a better day, a light fog hugged the coastline and the traffic moved at the speed limit, although with Martina behind the wheel harnessing her inner psychotic European rally style driving, probably a fair bit quicker than that.
We turned inland and ended up staying ...
... of street cars to get from the centre of the city to Fisherman's Wharf, which with the landscape of San Francisco, felt like some slightly sketchy roller coaster. At Fisherman's Wharf there are hundreds of seals that hang out at Pier 39, and you can see Alcatraz from here too. There were boat tours that went there, but after blowing our money on the hotel room we couldn't afford this as well. The next quick visit was the Golden Gate Bridge. We ...
This morning we woke to a light drizzle of rain for our walk to the ferry docks. It made for a slippery walk down hill. We got to the docks and boarded the ferry over to Oakland. When we arrived we found a Cafe which served breakfast so we stopped, it was Lungomare, and the coffee was great as was the breakfast. John had two organic eggs, bacon and breakfast potatoes while I had Ricotta pancakes with ...