Fairfield Inn & Suites Napa American Canyon
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... University on my nook. We still had hours of the ride left to Emeryville, before getting our connection bus into San Francisco. We kept ourselves happy by chilling out in the observation lounge. Dev had some wine and I stayed on the Heinekens ;-) We did get out of the train at Reno to get some fresh air; it was very cold but nice after being stuck in the train since 11 the night before! Finally after about 15 hours, we arrived ...
... road. (John Steinbeck's novel Cannery Road) Great views of Monterey Bay and Sea Otters and seals. Then onto Carmel and a wander around city centre and beautifully landscaped mall. Not home till 9PM but a great day. Interesting on the bus too. Behind- a couple of gay Aussie guys worrying about how to landscape their pool back in Brisbane and in ...
... amazing weather with us. Final goodbyes - it's been so good to have a little but if home over here. Curbside checkin - separated seating again, but unfortunately no upgrade this time. I swear they put a longer flight time on all of these flights as we always seem to be a little bit delayed at the start but always get in ahead of ...
... the bikes, it took myself, Sasha and Danielle over an hour to get back to the hotel. I had a quick nap before heading out for our walking tour of Chinatown. We stopped for a Chinese, which I didn't like but was nice to sit and talk. After dinner me and Meg went to Ghirardelli square, a world famous chocolate company. I had a Ghirardelli chocolate ice cream with milk chocolate hot fudge. It was lovely ...
... park and beaches. So it wasn't all bad! Unfortunately the aquarium and boat cruise to Alcatraz were well out of our budget but the golden gate bridge was free and so were the sea lions piled up on pier 39. We also managed to sample the local clam chowder which is advertised everywhere you look and we got to spend a day in the sunshine exploring the wharves and downtown. Not a bad place to be, if only we didn't have to return ...