Rodeway Inn Oakland/Alameda
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... going against the wind. It was freezing, my bangs were going every which way, I could barely open my eyes, my face felt like it was in one of those gravity rides that pushes your face back... Luckily we had gotten our pictures on the way out just fine.
We met up with Memere, Auntie Brenda, Matthew, and Auntie Stacey at Golden Gate Park. The boys had gone to play Frisbee golf. We were in there briefly, but long enough to smell the pretty eucalyptus trees and ...
After admiring the view for a few minutes we drove up to Coit Tower to get half a view of the city due to the thick fog. San Francisco is a really fascinating city to see from above. The building restrictions (that I learnt all about this semester at UT) are very evident with the widespread low buildings. We got many views of the city from different angles today.
We then drove over to Alamo Square where we got the postcard shot ...
... the new Planet of the Apes and Vertigo. Must watch them once I'm home! Apparently there's s scene in pulp fiction where John Travolta is given a change of clothes, and he's wearing a UCC shirt, their mascot is the banana slug - also need to check that out. We drive past the Sanoma race way as well which was pretty cool. Bus driver made some awful jokes, and for me to think they're bad, you know they're bad! The last winery ...
... that time we saw mice, the toilet doors could not be locked so Charlotte walked in on tramps ********. There was always some Vietnamese woman in the toilet/shower. The shower curtain had **** and or blood on it. The guy who lived in the room next door would get up at 6am and sing at the top of his voice. This is hell. I complained to Booking.com and got $50 credit but nothing was worth staying there.
Unfortunately the place we stayed has a big bearing on ...
... I was then taken into a ward where we had to sit and wait for a Doctor. It wasn't long before I was seen by a lovely female Doctor who examined me and once again confirmed there was indeed a lump and it was around 4cm! Then came the worst part, they could do a mammogram! My brain just couldn't take it in, I just stared blankly at the walls and Stu asked the Doctor if we could have a moment to discuss it. Stu was amazing as always, I know it sounds ...