Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Oakland Airport
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... me he was okay while I was huddled and shivering in my layers and warm hooded jacket. We confidently walked to the now well-known marker point of Peet's/12th St Bart station and stood at the free shuttle stop. We both laughed at ourselves still being momentarily startled when we would see car drivers eating with both hands, talking on mobile phones whilst not looking where they were going, or just vacantly gazing out the side of the ...
... head was spinning by the time we got out an hour and a half later. After a visit to the living roof which is basically a rooftop garden we went down to the aquarium where we spent a very interesting two hours watching some fascinating sea creatures . By the time we got out it was 5pm.
We were meeting Derek and Laura at the Tuba restaurant at 7:30 so we had ...
Rain had set in for the day in New York. We were picked up by shuttle a bit before 8.30am and did the rounds filling the van and were still at Newark airport by 9.15, for our 12.50 departure to San Francisco. Though we'd rather relax sitting in an airport lounge than waiting anxiously in a hotel. Ang had been singing or humming a few songs that she called "New York " songs pretty much the whole time she has been here eg New York New York by Frank Sinatra, Empire ...
... surely that the buses are regular and so you can hop off, take a look around, and hop on to the next one a little while longer. Not this company though – the 2 routes that everyone wanted to do went once an hour. That is not hop-on hop-off! This is made worse by the fact that the last bus was at 5pm.
One of the first things you notice about San Francisco is that it is so hilly. It seems like a really weird place to build a town, as not much of it is ...
... where we saw the (4 story) rainforest exhibit, the Philippine coral reef, the Earthquake exhibit (complete with an earthquake simulation room), and (taxidermied) animals from Africa. There was another display of African animals that wasn’t taxidermied – penquins – I watched them move!
From there we took another bus to one end of the cable car line. We picked the most popular time to get in line. By the time it was our ...