SenS Hotel & Bistro Berkeley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Gate Park. The park has a few nice attractions, including a nicely curated Japanese Gardens, but Pickles was just happy for the walk. We then visited Alamo Square with its multi coloured Victorian mansions. Although Theo and I couldn't agree which house we would be getting we both agreed it would not be the hot pink one.
Next up we visited the Legion of Honor an art museum nestled on the very tip of the San Francisco Peninsular. The building is a 3/4 ...
... and distortions in the tank glass. We then visited the remaining exhibits, and saved the rainforest for last.
The rainforest is actually a huge glass sphere, 3 stories tall. You enter on the first floor, but the base of the rainforest has a pool of water that is the fish tank from the aquarium below. It is full of rainforest trees, but there are also butterflies and small rainforest birds flying loose throughout. It's also ...
... the sather tower and the sather gate. Visitors can pay $5 to get on the tower to see the view of Berkeley while it is free for student. For the sather gate, lots of people love taking a picture there.
Nothing could be better to have a Berkeley hoodies or tees as souvenirs. There are several shops selling UC Berkeley souvenirs. Hoodies, cups, flags, swimsuits, notepads - you name it. You can definitely find a gift for your ...
... to dinner by our dear friend Kathryn at a restaurant called Chez Panisse. The restaurant is known for it's use of local ingredients. Charlie and I agreed that this meal was one of the best ones we have ever had! ...
... Miami. A land trip for the first week and then a cruise.
I'm packing, meaning trying to talk myself out of taking so many clothes. Sometimes I've done primitive sketches in my travel notebooks (often ...