Extended Stay America - Oakland - Alameda Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Beef Stew in an olde dark pub with soccer blaring and washed down with a smooth, fresh-made Guiness. (From down the street!) Susan & Kathy's Kilt sightings: alas zero. (But you should see the miniature skirts and thong-sized Daisy Dukes the young ladies are wearing! We're in jackets and they're flashing serious booty! Brrrrrr!) Charlene prohibited the collection of any photographic evidence . . . (Sorry ...
... stop so I could make the five minutes walk to the hotel. Eventually, it abated for long enough to make the move. By the time I reached the Radisson there were ugly scenes of highly upset guests. The Radisson (and many other hotels) were full of guests making the most of their hotel rooms until the last minute so they didn't have to hang around for too long before boarding the Queen Elizabeth. Meanwhile, those of us disembarking ...
... staying in was destroyed in the fire after the earthquake early 1900's and it is the oldest hotel in San Fran. Royalty has stayed here , photos to prove it! and opposite Union Square which is due to be made into an ice rink on November 5th. This is the 2nd time this trip we have had to retard our watches for the end of daylight saving, once in Morocco and now here so the poor old body clock will be in a complete muddle by the time I get back to ...
... person working there about any possible shops in the area that we might find basketball merchandise. He suggested some shops further in town but when he found out we didn't have a car he warned us against going there as it's not a very good area to be walking around. He suggested we just get back in the train and heading back to downtown San Francisco. So we did!
... the rest of the world's population. We parked up the bikes by the ferry port and went for a wander. Sausalito is a pretty town, although completely overrun by cycling tourists like us. As soon as we'd got over the bridge we were bathed in hot summer sunshine while the city behind us was cloaked in autumnal clouds and breeze. In the odd weather patterns you get around the bay the temperature had gone from about 55 degrees (13C) in the city to about ...