Four Points by Sheraton Pleasanton
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... was like a 2-year-old kid which everybody found extremely funny.
After we arrived in Jamesīs houseboat all of us went straight to bed. It was 9.30! James woke us up again at about 14.30, popping up a question if we wanted to escort him to another party organized by his Irish friends living in San Francisco. There was supposed to be loads of food and drinks. Gonzalo encouraged himself to get up, have a shower and leave with James, while I decided to stay at home.
... our stay in San Francisco. It was very windy from the overlook, so we enjoyed the view and walked through the old WWII military base located there before driving across the bridge and into the city.
We finished out our day in the city by wandering around Golden Gate Park, where the boys went discing and I walked around to some gardens and other view points before joining them on the course. For such a large city, I thought the park might be dirty ...
... got a hugh plate of veggies with chicken with a wonderful flavor....eating out is such a sweet luxury for us. I picked up my usual little Buddhas in Chinatown and Joanna bought me a wooden horse since this is my year...Good luck for me! We ended the day in Berkeley at my friend Wendy's cottage. What a charming home that is! She has made the best use of that space in every way. We pitched out tent in the backyard after an hour or two of visiting...Nice to see an old friend doing ...
... with the idea it being star sky and hutch style. Driving past the open top tour bus while the guide was mid speech and then blasting it gave her a shock as we roared past. Then came the huge straight mountain tunnel. We stopped at the entrance, clicked it into sports mode and literally got tunnel vision. Josh nailed the pedal and the whole tunnel filled with the v6 sound as the world around us blurred. Huge rush when we finally pulled off. Up we climbed to the top ...