Four Points by Sheraton Pleasanton
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... year. So happy to see the bay! In one part, there was a cool museum of old school arcade machines.
As I continued walking, I stumbled upon Pier 39. Very cool to see the California sea lions! They were roaring for a while.
Later on, there was a guy dressed in green. He moved as a robot and when he moved, a little boy was crying. His parents were laughing.
I continued see along Jefferson street until I hit Market St. Then, I ...
... row of wooden houses. An afternoon stroll around The Golden Gate Park, finished off by a visit to the Golden Gate Bridge itself to enjoy the view backed by blue sky and sunshine. I strolled the length of The Embarcadero, which is a mix of industrial and touristic piers and ferry buildings. Some have old warehouses converted into chic restaurants or artisan shopping arcades. Some host the ferries across to other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area or ...
Dear Friend and Family,
We're about to embark on a whirlwind trip and we'd love for you to join us. As you may know, we're going to be traveling for six months from December 30th, 2013 - July 1st, 2014.
This trip is a culmination of three years of planning. A trip like this has been a dream for Amanda since she studied Anthropology in London during her junior year abroad. London made a deep impression on her and always felt like ...
Up early and ready for prison... Yes, we were off to check out the most notorious prison in the country, Alcatraz! Luckily, being government owned, it too had opened again in time for us to visit.
Only 5400 vistors are allowed on the island per day. The island tour is so popular it's booked out days, and sometimes weeks/months in advance! Michael's just lucky I'm so organised ;)
San Fran provided us with another typical Fall day, cold and thick fog wherever you look. ...