Extended Stay Deluxe Oakland Alameda Airport
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... 600 prisoners. When finished in 1912, the cellhouse was the largest steel-reinforced concrete building in the world. Many of those who helped build the cellhouse became the first prisoners to live in it. There are four cellblock in the prison.
- A Block: used for inmates during the federal penitentiary years.
- B and C Block (336 cells): used for “general population”.
- D Block (42 cells): used for unruly inmates, also known as ...
... nice, with the town itself a mixture of bikers and Blackpool. On the way, one guy offered to give us $100 for our motel! We kindly rejected and stayed at the state park, while planning to meet up with him later on for a drink. Once we'd set up camp, Tom and Sam were pretty tired so decided to get an early night while the rest of us headed into town. There were a lot of karaoke bars, diners and probably the best ice cream shop ...
... tells me to pull the truckster into the return line and she will have someone bring the car up. I return to the truckster, and tell Lorraine and the girls to pack up cause we are getting a new ride.
I make my way into the return line, and I pull up next to the suburban. It is all black with blacked out windows in the back. I am psyched as it looks like something the secret service would drive, Lorraine is still ...
... but not sure how we'll go this time. I'm relying on people receiving the blog. We had a very welcome shower then ventured out on foot and in windy streets to explore. We are a few Klms from what seems to be the heartbeat of San Fran, which is Fisherman's Wharf. Quite a buzz down there and we've booked a hop on hop off bus for tomorrow and a trip to Alcatraz; and we plan to do a bike ride along the waterfront and over the Gateway Bridge to ...
... Unfortunately we didn't quite hit the jack pot with that one. We picked a decent looking hotel down near the zoo, out of the busy part of town where it's a pain to drive your car but close to the beach and public transport. We thought that would suit us just fine and we splurged on the cost knowing that anything cheap in the city would be less than desirable, (thank you Toronto for teaching us that one). Our first ...