Crowne Plaza Palo Alto
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... so that you can explore as a lot as you can. RSVP your flight at minimum 3 days in advance of your desired departure day. Helicopter tours are well-liked and it's not uncommon for them to be sold out. As well many people fall short to get in the air simply because they wait around until the last moment. Adhere to my "three-day" rule and you will steer clear of disappointment. Next, book your trip on the Internet. Trust me, the ...
... surely end in death and the prisoners were none the wiser so believed the danger in the water really existed. Prisoners could hear the sounds of New Year celebrations each year when the air was still...how incomprehensible it is to think about what they could hear but couldn't see. We walked through Alcatraz with the audio tour which was so cool just venturing through with prisoners and guards voices narrating, there ...
... back to the AT&T store because Paul (as is customary) continues to have problems with his technology. Whilst he is ensconced in the store trying to rectify his server problem, I go in search of coffee. I am pleasantly surprised within about 50 metres (I didn't even have to use Beanhunter) to find an organic coffee house who not only make yummy coffee, but are happy to make a flat white! A good start to the day.
Back at AT & T, Paul has had no luck so ...
... get off at Alcatraz for our ferry at 1.30pm. However, because of the delay we didn't have enough time so we got off at stop 1 near Lombard and the greyline tour office. We explain the situation looking for some kind of refund. They agree to only charge for one day instead if two so refund us 10$ each. Better than nothing. We have some time here so jump on a cable car we thought took us to the top of Lombard street. It didn't and we ended up at union square again but ...
... in Beijing. Having non-greasy food was refreshing.
When we were done with lunch, I took part in a quick survey. The women asked me simple questions of what I thought of Google. Very easy and I got a cute Android figure.
We walked around Google. A lot of the workers were riding bikes or doing something athletic like volleyball. Sara's boyfriend took us to some areas. He showed us the Google slide, but it was closed since somebody got hurt. ...