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 ...
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The people here are crazy friendly - and want to know all about us and our trip. Everyone who has found out we go to Yosemite, say it's absolutely beautiful, and show us their personal photos. #GetPumped.
... 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 ...
... Here’s where Bruce Willis proposed to Demi Moore…. Here’s where Elton John was discovered….This is Robert De Niro’s favourite restaurant…. etc etc. Paul went to sleep. The tour took us all round the city and beach areas and various venues where the stars hang out were pointed out. The best bit was driving round Beverly Hills and seeing all the posh homes. Amazingly you could buy a smaller home on Mulholland Drive for around ...
... actually a bit gimmicky if anything. The audio tour is excellent, with the voices of prisoners and guards guiding you around the cell blocks and the administration buildings. It was fascinating to hear about and see the tiny cells, fitted out sparsely and allowing no privacy for the men condemned to spend their sentences on "The Rock." Black humour from the prisoners' stories also lightened the mood of the tour, although when overlaid against the backdrop go the rows of bars, ...