Embassy Suites Hotel San Rafael - Marin County / Conference Center
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... Red Sox. Mine was a young couple from Melbourne, Australia who are touring both coasts of the U.S.) Our rental car for the next 19 days is a Chevy Equinox, and it took us (with Boyd's help) from the airport to San Rafael in less than an hour, with only two minor wrong turns. We drove over the Golden Gate Bridge, which was just beautiful to see in person, bathed in mid-afternoon sun and gauzy fog. Tomorrow morning we will begin our touring in ...
... the sewage to the mainland). More interestingly though was the invasion and occupation by a handful of Native Americans in the mid Sixties. The law states that any federal land currently unused must be handed to the Native Americans, so they took it over for nearly two years. Overall, a fascinating place and a great experience. "You are entitled to food, clothing, shelter, and medical attention. Anything else you get is a privilege." Rule 5, Alcatraz Prison Rule and Regulations, ...
... Lauren bought an iPad (she really wanted to watch supernatural) - and I may or may not have bought a new iPod. I'm currently refusing to comment. We then drove onto Santa Cruz and the mystery spy which is when we found out that you apparently have to reserve tickets.....Lauren was not happy.... So we drove onto San Francisco, by this time it was 3 ish and so Lauren took over the driving - it only took another couple of hours to ...
... visitors to San Francisco take note, the greatest thing about San Francisco is called the City Pass. For $86 a person we could go to Alcatraz, the Academy of Sciences, the Aquarium, and the DeJong Museum of Fine Art. In addition it includes a week of free passage on the Muni and the cable cars (which normally is a $6 extra charge every time ...
... bunch at the hotel.
We meet Laurie's cousin David and his wife Sheree who we traveled to Europe with last year. They drove from Sacramento and treated us to a wonderful dinner. Mike Chapman, an old family friend from Wilmington is presently living in Berkley and he came for drinks. It was a grand end to a very good day.
Tomorrow, we head through the bay area to points south. More fun to come!