Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham -Oakland/Alameda
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Up at 5:30am...at the airport (SFO) in plenty of time to find out my bag was 4 lbs too heavy!! No reason to panic though... I had an extra carry on for all the stuff Baylor bought. A little re-arranging and I got it down to 49lbs.
Got through security without a hitch (short lines even)...got my $11 bagel and coffee and arrived ...
... in because it was too early and we had nowhere to go because it was so wet. I'd have felt sorry for the hotel staff, but they were singularly unhelpful to anyone. Many guests were with 'Imagine Cruising' who had booked them into the Radisson, which is undergoing major refurbishment. As a result, the hotel has no lounge or restaurant at the moment and they had converted two bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors into temporary lounges. It ...
For our last full day in SF we decided to go to prison....Alcatraz that is! We started early, boarding the ferry at Pier 39 at 9:30am. Whilst waiting we were treated to a show by the sea lions bobbing up and down amongst the birds and generally causing a stir. The birds pecked and flapped all around them. I suppose they have experienced a few fallen comrades at the flippers of the sea lions :-) Speaking of birds, we ...
It's true, sometimes saying goodbye can suck. We said goodbye to family, friends, San Francisco, and our home. Off to foreign places that we have never been to (or only a few times), people that we just don’t know, and without the comforts of home. Yup, say goodbye to those things as well. Everything we are traveling with fits in two bags, two small backpacks, and two kid backpacks (one zebra and one ...
... 32C) in Sausalito.
We went for crepes and drinks by the shore and enjoyed the sunshine and Sausalito people watching. We were interrupted in our reveries by a large very noisy parrot, who it turned out was called Chinook. The boys went to investigate and were treated to half an hour holding and being amused by Chinook and his owner.
Before long it was time to set out for home again. We went to the back of the ferry queue, which due ...