Hampton Inn Livermore
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Travel Blogs from Livermore
... was so nice to get us a car to use and we were able to go to the Muir Redwood Forest. The roads getting there were very windey and close to the edge, but the forest was awesome. Hadley always wanted to see Redwoods, so it was so nice to be able to take her. We hiked for 4 hours. I had bought really professional hiking boots for all of us to do professional hiking, and we were styling with our socks!
... astounding. The rocks themselves were a mixture of white, grey, black and rust - sometimes in stripes, other times in patterns with no specific order but astoundingly beautiful. The largest cave was a dream - there were stalagmites and stalactites in an array of grey, white, rust and turquoise. The shapes also were varied. I was smitten! Can't wait to explore more! We saw remarkably few birds, the most common being the cliff dweller types such as swifts and seal ...
... on the porch. We have the afternoon to kill as we don't check in for our overnight ferry to Prince Rupert until 4:15. We decided to check out the museum - very well done and interesting.
When we arrived at the ferry terminal and walked into the waiting room, Ken and Chris were already seated (they were at Grandview with us and are taking the same ferry). We were sitting and reading and all of a sudden Chris looked up and said: "Is that who ...
... that I did! But such a shame that I had to leave before the party!
It was just so great meeting them all! Plus I know that I will be back here one day! Hopefully in the not too distant future (ie next year! Hopefully!)
Overall I loved San Francisco, but mainly because of the company! I will never forget the hospitality of my family, and how much fun I had with them!
So now onto New Zealand! Where I will meet my good friend Linda! ...
... pronounced that none of us have changed a bit, a nice piece of fantasy for the day after Christmas.
This evening, we're taking Dad and Liz out for a farewell dinner at a local Italian restaurant--just a thank you for the hospitality. If nothing else, it means that no one has to cook (though there are plenty of heat-up-able leftovers) or, more importantly, wash dishes.
We head out at the crack of dawn tomorrow to catch a 7:55 flight out of San Francisco.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services