Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Oakland Airport
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... thank god! She called enterprise and gave them her details and they sorted everything. They said that’s not the earliest crash-someone didn’t even make it out of the car park! They gave us a new (better) car and I began the 2.5hr drive up the 101 and highway 1 to Santa Barbara (having stopped off to pick up our clean laundry and some food from a place that was like Subway, also bought a map of LA & California). We arrived in Santa Barbara at 19:30. Had a ...
... with every meal and are bottomless. Burgers were tasty Gluten free options not bad. It is difficult to each cheap and healthy. Why pay $8 for s salad when you can have a big burger for $3. Driving In all honesty we actually only saw 1 crash the whole 20 days we were there. So basically all drivers are used to other drivers being unpredictable...or maybe they are able to predict what other drivers are about to do...I don't know. Basically they are quite skilful. It ...
... Golden Gate Bridge before going home (probably another 3 hours in the opposite direction...) this did not happen!
The next day we drove over The Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods, which had giant sequoia trees. Because we had reserved tickets for the Alkatraz tour at 12:00, we decided to take the most direct rout, which was over the bidge, not realising it ws a toll road when enterting the city. We started to panic when half way over ...
... to Sausalito. They are everywhere and trust me most of them look like they have never rode a bike before in their life.
Angelinos does not disappoint. Wonderful pasta, chicken and shrimp. Coffee and biscotti are a perfect ending for my meal. We hit Haight Ashbury when we return to San Francisco. Scott and I wait for Nick to get in. It is good to see him. We call it a day as we are leaving early in the morning for Napa. Looks like I need to take more ...
... wined and tritipped out. One day in the following week, I decided to do some sightseeing in San Francisco. I took the local train to downtown and headed towards the harbour side; towards the Golden Gate Bridge. On the way, I walked through a pedestrianised square holding what appeared to be a large sculpture which, encompassed inter - crossing metal tubes. On closer inspection, flights of metal stairs lead up to the middle of the construction; triggering my curiosity. Walking ...