Four Points by Sheraton Pleasanton
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... Was quite touching to see, and the talent behind the artwork was amazing! Then it was back to the hostel for dinner, packing and a chilled night playing Uno in the dining room :) I threw a teabag into the bin and it landed right on the side. I was thoroughly entertained, Michelle not as much :) Also saw another two H&R Blocks too! Now bed time! I'm pooped and we're up early for a flight to Seattle. I'm super excited! Love love ...
... for 20 years. There are laws to prevent them hassling other street users but they end up in a cycle of emergency room, police cells and back on the streets where there is the occasional night hostel but no public sanitation for them. Travelling into town we checked out the Coit Tower - a folly like structure provided to the city from Ms Coit. From this high tower on top of a hill we could see the city for miles. The tower also contains murals dating from the New Deal era. ...
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Slower start this morning after nice B & B brekkie. Caught local train out to Botanical Gardens (even though Russell got us off about 5 blocks early!! Not a lot of color in gardens this time of year but still very good. We checked out the Australian section as well. Lots of Australian Eucalyptus over here in general.
Moved on to the Japanese garden which was very well presented and ...
... we hopped on a cable car (because you kind of have to on a visit to SF) and wandered down to Marina. This area is largely residential but right on the bay and I imagine were the houses that bring the average pricing up are. It was a beautiful area with not a huge amount going on but then out of nowhere the ‘Palace of Fine Arts’ appears which is very magnificent and I’m not sure the pictures do it justice. We bused back to Little Italy ...