Hilton Oakland Airport
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Woke up very early due to jet lag. Packed up and grabbed breakfast at Starbucks just a short block from the hotel. Drove along Golden Gate Park and Crissy Field before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into Sausalito. Spent the morning at Muir Woods Monument, where they filmed scenes in Return of the Jedi ( Forest Moon of Endor). Beautiful redwoods and scenery. Left around lunchtime as the crowds ...
... with us for maybe 25 minutes before he then decided he needed to leave to go back home to walk the dog and go to the gym. For those of you that know Buhl this shouldn’t surprise you in the least- we travel over 3,000 miles to visit him and he is too “busy” and has to go walk the dog instead of hang out or show us around. Luckily before he headed back he took us to Lombard street, which is the curviest street in America that goes straight up ...
I asked him if he had enough fire power with him or was he getting ready for world war 3 and he was very surprised that our police do not carry fire arms. Once we had decided which route to take it meant turning right and we were 5 lanes on the wrong side of the road so he said he would block the traffic for us so we could get across safely.
The traffic was mental ...
... 160;He had just walked straight out in front of a fast moving vehicle because he was looking the wrong way. It takes a lot of concentration to work out which side of the road the buses will travel. It was interesting to observe the efficiency and cleanliness of the city of Oakland. There are hydrogen fuel cell buses (zero emissions), street cleaners (the motorised kind and the people kind), bicycle stands everywhere. Street ...
... when he leaves the boat in Singapore.
Dad is still having a top time; we’re very much doing our own things during the day, I’m often chatting to people and dads going to seminars and shows. I spend a lot of my time now with an Aussie called Peter, he’s an ex-headteacher in is early 60’s who’s probably one of the coolest people I’ve met on this trip thus far, he has a very young soul and a lot of the time we spend ...