DoubleTree By Hilton Newark-Fremont
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Vracíme se do San Francisca! Poloostrov, na kterém město leží, byl kdysi převážně zemědělskou oblastí s pomerančovými a fíkovými háji. Po celé jeho délce na jih se táhnou předměstí končící u města San José. V jeho nejjižnější části byla v roce 1891 založena …
... shoe warehouse but couldn't find anything there and ended up over the road at Nike town. I got myself some pretty comfy shoes for relatively cheap. While I feel bad for blatant consumerism and not buying local, my feet are much happier! After my shoe purchase I met up with Karl again and we headed to Valencia street for a wander. Valencia is hipster central. There are heaps of eateries, bars and bike shops. We walked from 16th to 24th street, where we stopped for a ...
... around 11.30 am. We bid good bye to Monterey (me vowing to somehow find my way back here and having far fetched fantasies about retiring here), and decided to take the short 10 - 15 minute drive to Carmel by the Sea, before our destination to San Francisco. Again, I had no expectations of Carmel and in my own mind thought that it would not be that different to Monterey. Boy was I wrong. Carmel, too, was gorgeous and ...
... rgb(85, 85, 85); font-family: clearsans, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 22px;"> My plan was to leave my house by 8:30 at the latest. I was ready by then, but had to, of course, say bye to Dora, Pookie, and George. That took awhile...I hope they don't forget me! After I checked my bags at the airport, I sat outside security with mom, dad, Nancy, and Kaitlin until I felt ready to go in. The flight from ...
... the 1906 earthquake. In 1936/7 the bridges were built which meant the ferries weren't used much and the building fell into disrepair. The 1998 earthquake did damage, particularly to the road out the front (remember cars hanging over bits of upheaved road – well this was the place). Along with the road repairs it was decided to renovate the building, in keeping with it’s origin and it was reopened in 2003. Today the second floor ...