Hilton Garden Inn San Mateo
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... he may never eat Chinese food again. Many fish markets selling every kind of fish imaginable, fruits and vegetables I had never heard of, and bake shops and grocery stores selling mostly foreign foods. The smells did not whet our appetites. We walked through China town and made our way back to 750 Sutter St. A good walk , not too steep, but we were ready to sit and relax when we got here. Pizza for supper and early to bed. A great ...
... suitable to eat.
Their beef noodle soup was delish
All to soon it was time to go with Ben to the airport first of all on the Bart train then the marvellous skytrain directly to the airport terminal.
A shuttle bus took us back to the hotel, and thus the end of the America part of our amazing journey comes to a rapid end, as we leave tomorrow.
Hoping I can continue this from our next place of interest. ...
... but we all clicked. So after beer tasting we took the BART (underground) to a place called Mission, which was where San Francisco was first established and has since become a popular place especially for younger people. Quite bohemian you could probably say. Lots of bars and small restaurants; maybe not somewhere I would go on my own at night but on the whole it was very cool and had a good feel - especially as our 'beer tasting' continued. A couple of people in ...
... also dozens of magazine articles mostly covering various escape attempts from the Federal Prison. Started reading and incredible article by Bruce Lee about 2 inmates that actually escaped and were never recaptured, I'm hooked! I'm already downloading various Alcatraz books on my kindle. Walked uphill to the Cellhouse for the amazing Audio Tour that is voiced by real inmates and officers from Alcatraz covering great stories about ...
... for kitchen areas and restrooms. For places such as the den or living room area, the smoother, far more simple light of your incandescent light might be the better option. Every time you're overhauling the decor in the room, spend some time to swap common on-off of gentle switches with dimmer changes. These give you very much greater control of a room's lights. Dimmer switches will allow you to offer a room many different different appearance without ...