Extended Stay America - Union City - Dyer St.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Union City
... both the 1989 and 1906 earthquakes and saw exhibits of African animals. Some of the exhibits lost our interest as we had seen these animals in real life already and maybe have exhausted some of our interest in these exhibitions.
We returned to the apartment early afternoon for wine and cheese which we haven't had a lot of time to indulge in so far. ...
... wait until it was almost time for sunset then we drove to the final corner of the bridge, the northwest side, for some final shots of the beautiful bridge at sunset and all lit up in the dark. From where we were standing it felt like we were on top of the bridge, and as the sun was setting the view just kept getting better and better. The lights in the city and the surrounding areas all started the come on and the Oakland Bridge was covered in lights from top to bottom. They were actually ...
... of joining highway 1. I knew this road went right next to the coast and would have some amazing scenery so I pulled off at the junction. Immediately I knew this was a baaaad decision… Bearing in mind my car was the width of a small country, the roads were really narrow. There was also no curb to speak of and a sheer drop on my side of the road directly after the white line. Erm. No. Maybe in Bella my tiny corsa but no way in The Beast. Not ...
... to Pier 39. Admittedly a complete tourist trap, but great fun to saunter along. We went to check out the sea lions that hang out on wooden platforms by the pier. One particularly boisterous young male (not Benjamin, a sea lion) kept us entertained by continuously knocking other sea lions off the platform.
We carried on along the Wharf, stopping to watch a sword swallower on the way. Almost immediately Sam was "volunteered" to take part. ...
... higher than the night before. Alcatraz and the Golden Gate bridge could be spotted in the distance and beneath us you could see people chilling on their rooftops. From up there we realized how hilly San Francisco actually is and it was a funny sight to see all the little bumps. We then paid a visit to the Beat Museum in which Jack Kerouac plays a large role. The literary Beat Movement originated in San Francisco and I thus felt obliged to buy his book ‘On the Road’ ...