Four Points by Sheraton San Rafael
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... but homeless people. Horrible, smelly, ugly freaks. Like from "the hills have eyes" or "wrong turn" films. Even Jamie looked handsome. No, really, he did!!!! So that just shows you to what extent of ugly on the ugliness scale these people were. Bet you didn't know it went below 0! Turns out the Asian man was brilliant fun. He was over to go round the American golf courses from Japan. I felt like ...
... own walking tour around the wharf, through china town and little Italy. There was so much to see with cool little shops and parks everywhere. We decided the next day to hire bikes to cover more distance and headed towards Crissy field and the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately everyone else seemed to have the same idea and there were bike groups everywhere! We met an older couple from Brisbane who were ...
... cap, we left NZ at 7.30pm on Thurs eve, then during the flight we crossed over the date line and landed in San Fran at 1100am but still on Thurs 3 April - weird!
We both managed to get some sleep on the plane and got through passport control about an hour after landing. We'd arranged for a car to pick us up and the driver was waiting, however, we think he may have been new to the job ...
... again so I took Dave's bike for another ride through the China Camp trails. This time I saw wild turkeys and came back through the Santa Venetia marshland, close to Dianne and Dave's neighbourhood.
They really live in a terrific location, close enough to drive into the city in less than half an hour or drive a short distance to the Larkspur ferry terminal and leave ...
... San Pedro Road to the park's entrance on San Pablo Bay, the immense and shallow northern part of San Francisco Bay.
China Camp is a 1514 acre park surrounding a historic Chinese-American shrimp fishing village and a salt marsh. It was originally occupied thousands of years ago by the Coast Miwok who lived in dome-shaped pole homes thatched with ...