Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham -Oakland/Alameda
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... mine, I highly recommend this place. It was incredible. We decided to walk along to Fisherman's Wharf which is as kitschy as you can get, but it was teeming with people. As we have experienced all week, the weather has been incredible - sunny and hot. Beautiful! We did end up giving out most of our sandwiches, so hopefully we helped a little. We got to the line up for the cable cars, and we would have been waiting in line forever, so much to Jack's disappointment, we skipped ...
Wow is this cool or what. We survived an Earthquake in San Francisco!!! And it was big enough that it made the news. No little shaker for us. We got a news making Quake. We both felt it. It woke us up in middle of night. We both said what was that to ourselves and rolled over to sleep on. It was 3:00 something in the morning here when it happened. Ok - on to other news, but after an earthquake the rest seams boring.
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... new household furniture or totally redo the flooring surfaces. If you have little microsoft windows and would want to cause them to seem greater, dangle drapery on top of the roof to elongate your home windows. By holding the rods near the ceiling and getting the drapes dangle on the surface it allows the windowpane the impact that it is basically greater than what exactly it is. Bear in mind to contemplate targeted traffic stream when you find yourself organizing ...
... speaking brothers witnessing. We introduced ourselves as did they, but I didnt catch their names clearly and didnt want to ask again so we will call them Carlos and Juan. The one on the left was from Cuba and ther older brother who seemed not to speak too much English was from Mexico. Their cong was called (appropriately) the Valencia Cong. After a little more conservation we gave them one of our bookmarks each showing where Tas was. ...
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The elevator doors open at the underground walkway connecting United terminals B and C. Katie is wheeled to one of those transport cars that go beep beep beep through the airport. There is only room left for Anne and Katie. They climb in and are quickly whisked away leaving Grant and I alone - just a couple of regular guys at the airport.
Grant and I get to our very convenient gate C18 but wait 10 minutes for ...