HYATT house Pleasanton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... And how remote it was; I hadn’t seen a single other human nor could I hear anything besides the wind and rustling of animals in the vegetation. Then I began to realise that the previously wide open path was beginning to close in and be surrounded by the forest and undergrowth. Lots of life… No people… Mountains and forest… right next to the path… Oh ****. Bears! Mountain lions! If they were going to be anyway, they ...
... these were hardened criminals who had been deemed dangerous enough to be interred at such a high-security prison, I couldn't help rooting for the three men who spent months digging holes in the back of their cells with spoon handles, climbing and descending ventilation shafts, convincing the guards to allow them a space in the roof which was big enough to assemble a raft made from rubber raincoats that they had pilfered over the course of 7 months, drag the raft down to the ...
... Island with views back to City Today caught early Cable Car to Fishermans wharf and then walked down Embarcadero to Ferry. Building and looked at market held there. Then caught ferry to Sausalito which was ver pleasant and noticed that Main Street is called Bridgeway hence why the cafe at Bridgeway is called Sausalito? After good lunch caught ferry back and walked down Market Street to ...
... 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).
As my plane was descending into the San Francisco Bay Area, I experienced a familiar sensation of sadness - one I'm used to feeling after returning from an epic journey. Just a few months prior, I had finally regarded San Francisco as a place I called and felt at home. However, when I landed, it only felt as though I was returning to a place where I lived. Shortly after arriving into my flat, I even went to my local bar to reconnect with some of my favourite ...