Hilton Garden Inn Oakland/San Leandro
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... in at a joint called the pub which had the most beautiful view over the bay. Before long we were back on the path home to the RV via a traditional Japanese restaurant, the food again was great but the day was big and anna the boy and me are wrecked so of to bed early then hit the road again tomorrow and see what we find. ...
... Palo Alto to get a train to the city (thank you so much for a great few days Marni). From SF station, we decided to walk (well Elliot decided!) to our hotel, which was a challenge given all our stuff and the steep hills in SF. We checked in and wandered around Chinatown down to Fisherman’s Wharf, dodged the massive sea gulls and managed to eat some clam chowder from a bread bowl.
Our first full day in ...
... in London! We then headed to Castro neighbourhood, got a yummy cookie from Hot Cookie, walked to Haight & Ashbury neighbourhood which had alot of character and to Golden Gate Park. Chilled out for a bit before heading back to the hotel. I snuck off for a pedicure (one last holiday treat!) then it was time for the big pack. Amazingly we fit everything in with the exception of an extra small carry on shopping bag!
Our last day on tour - where did the 4 1/2 ...
... time to try and discern ingredients so we can recreate some of it when we get home. Delicious. We then hit the beautiful parks of the city, including the Alamo which overlooks the most famous of the historic Painted Ladies homes. Interestingly the 1906 earthquake, an 8 on the richter scale and another popular timestamp, destroyed 75% of the city to the west of the man made firebreak. No wooden structures survived, so most of the Victorian architecture was lost. ...
... the airport to the city and finds the way to the air-train and then the BART very quickly.
When we get the escalator down to the Bart, in typical Paul fashion, there is a train in the station and Paul jumps straight on! Doesn't usually work for us, but fortunately, this time it does. As we discover the Bart commentator has a great sense of humour. While we are sitting waiting for the Bart to leave the station, other groups of ...