Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburg
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After saying goodbye to our friend Marion at the caravan park we moved on more west towards Normanton where only a few small towns to be found on our travels. Croydon was the most interesting one of them all where they showed all their history about the gold rush in the late 1800, they had more then 30 hotels and lots of people from all corners of …
... Bridge, along the way we passed a yard selling Christmas trees which seemed strange as the weather was so warm. After an hour or so of walking we reached a beach at a place called crissy fields where we sat and soaked in the views of both Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. We then headed back to our hotel to relax before popping out to a sourdough bakery where we had soup in a bread bowl for dinner, it was really nice to eat something slightly ...
... for Left-Handed Trait Discovered - Kate Ravilious for National Geographic News
August 1, 2007
The gene most closely linked to left-handedness has been ...
Ok, so I think the last blog kind of covered the moaning side of things so now ill just concentrate on something deeeecent....
Alcatraz was the main reason I had returned to San Francisco seeing as stupid agency bint didnt let me on the boat the first time. This meant I had to reserve a ticket and come back, but it was well worth the trip.
Essentially this blog is just a picture back up, as ...
... bad shoes for walking. It was however an excuse for a go on a San Fran cable car. It was rather overpriced in hindsight. When he got some painkillers I bought some Herseys chocolate. Can’t say I was impressed, it was very sickly.
Our Alcatraz tour was due to start about 3pm and in the meantime we attempted to buy a sim card in AT&T. The man wasn’t very helpful though and was automated. Any question I asked he would reply by reading ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services