Hilton Garden Inn Oakland/San Leandro
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... cheeses, extensive array of olives, locally made olive oil, and artichokes. In store made roast beef and turkey and fresh breads. All of which are used on their massive sandwiches.
After driving around for several hours we ended up at Golden Gate Park in search of a bathroom. We were successful near the flower conservatory. We also looked at their gardens though the conservatory itself was closed. On our way ...
... time! Took a walk through little Italy, had a beer on the street and an amazing pizza from a place Matt had found! This was a lovely area! Had a few beers on route back to the hotel ready for the game!
We were so exited for the baseball game. One of the things we were most looking forward to. Oakland V Indians! All dressed in up t shirts and lids, grade A gimps! Couldn't go the ball game without a chilli dog ...
... back to the hotel for a rest. Later that night, we strolled down to Pier 39 and checked out the shops, buying some souvenirs and some chocolate treats to take back to the hotel, and we ate chocolate while we watched dumb movies on hotel cable.
Day 2 was spent mostly hopping on and off the buses to get to various city attractions. We started with the Steinhart Aquarium and California Academy of Sciences, which were located in Gold Gate Park. The aquarium was ...
... over the bridge, we have Pete's favourite cuisine for dinner, Chinese. However this was in an un-favourable district called Mission and it was touch and go for a while there if we were gonna get stabbed or not. I even took my pearl earrings out and turned my rings around ..... I still love San Fran, but I have to be honest, staying out in 'the burbs' as opposed to the tourist district has shone a differing light of San Fran that is for sure. Really ...
... off the night by playing a fun game called Telestrations.
We had a lovely breakfast at the Black Bear with Laura & Derek and left beautiful Walnut Creek at around 1pm. We stopped at a Costco on the way down and decided we wanted to revisit our youth. We quickly programmed in the Haight/Ashbury corner and went for a tour. What a sight. ...