Four Points by Sheraton Pleasanton
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... a beautiful apartment complex this has a 24 mile trail running along the back of her unit. You can easily walk downtown in one direction and be out in the country if you go in another direction. Saturday morning was spent walking Miss V into town where we had breakfast at Tender Greens a terrific restaurant.
The afternoon saw us driving up ...
... upmarket shopping district - a block from our hotel. We headed for the Macy's building and the Cheesecake Factory on the top floor for a hot chocolate and a slice of cheese cake to tie us over until dinner tonight. We got back to our hotel at 6pm and although the room was warm, despite leaving the windows open all day, we got into bed to get warm. A short time later Craig fell asleep and stayed that way.k Ang was awake until about ...
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... a 4WD track that led further towards the cliff and we thought to ourselves, maybe it will provide a different perspective to the view into the valley. That’s all we needed. We reached the cliff edge and got a great view of the valley and the road that got us up to the top. The road looked jet black compared to the light brown dust bowl that the valley is. While we were there, we heard a jet engine in the distance. We weren’t quite sure what kind of aircraft it was ...