HYATT house Pleasanton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hot to walk carrying our motorcycle gear ... we were glad to hail a taxi anyway.
Lunch in Fisherman's Wharf was followed by a Cable Car ride, with all four of us standing on the side platform of the cable car on the way back - exhilarating!
And the things people say? Well, here are a few oft-heard phrases from this trip: (all) "where's Stuart"; (Craig) "I hate computers!"; (Sylvia & Stuart) "Mandy-Jane ... ...
... Gate Bridge but that day Karl the Fog (it was never made clear who named him) had descended and was gently hugging the bridge, destroying the photo opportunities of so many. But we went to an Italian bakery for coffee and biscotti so the tour was a success anyway. The tour ended a short walk from Fisherman's Wharf so I wandered over there to experience my very first clam chowder. In a sourdough bread bowl. Rather nice it was too, especially as I ate it ...
... booked ours online in April and there was a sign outside the ticket office stating that the next available date 30 July 2014. We had to join yet another queue (less than a week into the holiday and Steve says he's over the queuing) but the actual ferry trip was only 20 minutes. After a short walk uphill you arrive at the main prison building where you are issued with a headset for the audio tour. Alcatraz was previously a US military fort but is most well known as ...
... where we would spend our Saturday!
We were looking forward to seeing our friends Sue & Larry, Vickie & Doug, and Linda & Scott at Linda & Scott's house on the first Monday night were were here, and from there we hoped to do some recon of San Francisco, in preparation for our days there with Zach (who was scheduld to arrive on June 6th).
... that I noticed was the population of homeless people around the city. It's crazy just how many there are roaming through the streets or passed out on the sidewalk. To me it was daunting at first, especially being on my own but when I was in New York I mastered the art of ignoring people getting in your face and begging. I arrived at my destination and waited for the food tour to start. Turns out its common to do this thing in groups so the others were all above 40 years ...