Embassy Suites Hotel San Rafael - Marin County / Conference Center
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... We headed to Mendocino, and parked downtown. We grabbed a coffee and set off to walk around a bit.
Mendocino is a very wealthy "artists" community. Lots of little shops, fancy food stores, and galleries. The town has a New England look and feel to it. The houses are similar and have wood siding and shake roofs. It looks like everything in town has a fresh coat of paint on it. We enjoy our short walk around town ...
... that Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins were put in quarantine after being picked up in the ocean.
It is huge. We took a guided tour of the "Island" and learned so much about each part of the ship, how it worked, the old navigational system, the bridge, etc. We then wandered by ourselves and saw the crew quarters and ...
... 1.5m per floor.
We jumped back on the bus to see Golden Gate Park which the locals are very proud of. And so they should be as it is completely full of gum trees. We took the bus right to the coast and at the top of the hill had a great view across the bay and back to the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. The beach itself was wide and flat with enough surf for the boarders. The little girls were very annoyed it was not a ...
... each week I presume to pull. There were a lot of Brits and a handful of
Americans who were all ridiculously friendly. The bars were pretty ****, they
seemed like they were open purely for the crawl once a week. I got to the semi
final of the tournament without losing a game but then was destroyed by a
Chinese girl. Destroyed at rock paper scissors.
We ended the night with a couple of cool Irish guys and some
... One place suggested 15, 18 or 20%. I tended to round up rather than giving an exact percentage.
It was great being able to communicate in English.
People were pretty friendly.
Meals were huge - "appetiser" was at least the size of an entree if not a main course - "entree" was the main (usually without much in the way of veges). Ordering one meal "to share" did get some strange looks, but it worked well, and was just the right amount.