Days Inn Pinole / North Berkeley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We headed down to breakfast at 9.30am to have fresh hot waffle with maple syrup, cereal & juice. YUM. After that we then started our day of fun and exploring. Unfortunately we had planed to go on a tour of Alcatraz but didn't know you had to book well in advance so the best we could do was a few photos from across the water. We managed to …
... Groupon cost us $8 each for a laser challenge and Dark Ride ticket. We did the Dark Ride first, 7D means you get strapped into a car seat with 3D glasses and a gun! The aim was to shoot at all the zombies will they are running at you! So much fun, I came 1st in a room full of 2 of us haha!! After that we did the Lazer challenge the idea is to climb of the green lasers and back in the quickest time. We came 32 out of 6224 which I thought was a good effort. On our way off the harbour ...
... it would have on me, especially after having to stop reading yesterday when I picked it up again. I couldn't possibly claim to be the kind of person who understands a book very well after reading them. I know what I feel whilst reading, I live in the moments, see everything, imagine the people and there's not much else. I can't recount things that happened in it and reflect on what they mean, but I know that this book has deeply affected me in ways I hope ...
... one fifth of western USA, which drains water. The water in the basin is from the Colorado and other rivers, and it's only escape is evaporation. The lake has natural springs below the ground which push up calcium rich spring water into the lake water. The calcium combines with the carbonates in the lake water to form calcium carbonate which is limestone. These limestone deposits are called Tufas and look like stalactites....they are very hard and sharp....go have a ...
... was good because I had the sound of home to distract me as soon as they left. They kept me occupied by asking for tips on where to go in SF and I was only too happy to oblige. Share the love and all that. I really will miss those girls though, they made SF for me. I know I still would have had a good time and San Francisco is a great city but they were definitely the cherry on top. Hope to see you again on the road ladies!