Extended Stay America - Oakland - Alameda Airport
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... and more. We walked back about dusk and relaxed in our room.
Tomorrow, our plan is to buy a “City Pass” that will get us into some of the attractions we’re interested in, as well as give us an unlimited pass on the city transportation system, including the cable cars.
Regarding the title, the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and the Royal Pacific Motor Inn.
... a non-standard distance with cool (literally and figuratively!) swim, and run which involves a sand ladder!
Speaking of the run, it was 8 miles and just under 13kms (as an indicator to the olympic distance again, the run in that format is 10km). The picturesque run course went along the path around the water, around to the Golden Gate Bridge where the sand run ...
... Katie. They got dropped off at the wrong gate, so Katie ended up walking anyway.
The flight was smooth but I was one row behind the other 3. Row 11 in a 757 has no window for some reason. I didn't see a thing the entire flight. This was not a problem until we ran into some strange and exceptional turbulence. Then the engines downshifted incredibly. I thought we were 5000 feet up in the air but in fact we had just landed.
... are now at the airport, trying to keep our spirits up as the holiday comes to an end and reality is beginning to dawn on us. In a few days we will be back at work and at school and it will be like we never left.
We are looking forward to seeing you all again and I know I am looking forward to sleeping in my own bed again.
So from the adventures of M and M Corp it's over and out!
... were just walking along spread all over the path in "la la" land, then an experienced rider would zoom past and to top it off on one side there was cars, trucks and buses and the other side an almighty drop. When we reached the other end my legs were shacking, I was pleased we had made it and so pleased we were catching the ferry home. The ride continued down a pretty steep road to Sausalito.