Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... knife in the other. How about using the knife to make yourself happy? This morning, another male came to get a banana a little later and there were none left at the time. He was devastated. His wife told him: "there are a hundred other things you can eat..." as they walked away. I'll continue to sit near the bananas at breakfast to entertain myself. I overheard another conversation of a couple with another woman and the man mentioned that he disliked the food on this ...
... truck outside my window with its engine running and being filled with soil and rubble from the building site that is the Radisson, Fishermans Wharf. The sights and sounds of Beach Street are certainly not what I have come to expect over the past month. Not being able to see the sea was disappointing. Bob and I had our breakfasts. We were both expecting fried eggs and both got scrambled egg whites. (Why don't Americans use the ...
Been in San Fran for a while, staying at the Hilton sick of take away/ restaurant food. We have seen and been to the bay bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, pier 39, Alcatraz, salsolito, Fishermans wharf and other stuff. Alcatraz was really cool. Everything looks really old and creepy we listened to the audio tour which guided us around and set the mood. ...
... be agile, but boy am i competitive. I came out bleeding, in second place. Tilda was slow and steady in 3rd and Evan, a disappointing LAST place. I should also mention here that today my sense of direction was superb. And Evan, apparently, turned into a woman for the day. This is unprecedented. Evan attributes it to our visit to a magnet shop on the previous night. Before dinner we had one last walk along the pier before we watched the best street performance of ...
On the Saturday in San Fran, I firstly had a walk around through a great market and then I went to the Exploratorium. This is an interactive museum of science. Loads of things that put your mind at thought, create illusions and mess with your perception etc! Really cool and absolutely tons of different things to have a go on. After spending a few hours in there, playing like a kid, I went for a walk along the bay front. A really sunny day so loads of people around ...