Crowne Plaza Concord
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and much traffic to get to your destination. Van Ness is actually California 101.
Tour sights included Union Square, City Hall, Chinatown, Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, Lands End (Golden Gate stop overlooking the Pacific Ocean), SF Marina, Fisherman's Wharf and Embarcadero Center. We completed our tour by getting off the bus and boarding a cable car (California line) for a ride down to the Ferry Building.
... We felt like we were home, as the resort welcomed us just as our Wyndham Resorts do in Florida. After getting settled, we needed to go out and get some provisions. There was a small market about a block and a half so we started off about 8 PM DST -5 PM Pacific Time. To put it mildly, it is VERY hilly in SF. The block we had to go up was quite steep. Doug only got about 25 yards and said, "I can't do this". ...
... sweaters - IN AUGUST!!!! The pictures would have been prettier had the sun came out but we had to live with it.
Tomorrow is pier 39 and Fishermans Wharf. Aleotoa's (sp) here we come. Wearing our crab hats since we will be near the water. I wonder how many people will be staring at us instead of the sights of the city. LOL Will let you know tomorrow.
... other day, was that anything that could go wrong with our equipment, did. The video wall had a snag on a power cord while raising it and shorted out a piece of equipment. We had crimped wires, bad fiber optic boxes, and just a plethora of issues that, though we were prepared for, really slowed down our progress. I can understand why they bring so many spare parts. You never know what might go out, and when.
Well, it is now about show-time, I will write again ...
... s happy birthday managed to stay happy in spite of being exposed to the complexities of the BART transit system. We alighted downtown at Powell and hopped on the Powell & Mason cable car which clang clang clanged romantically all the way to Fisherman's Wharf. Our first glimpse of The Bay was thru the rolling mist towards Alcatraz. Far from a picture postcard today, but hey, who believes in postcards anymore. We strolled the piers down to the corner of Lombard and Battery and had ...