Hilton Garden Inn San Mateo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I am feeling better now though my chest is still tight. What put me to bed though was a massive headache - we think it was a migraine. It may have be caused by the sinus infection I had but who really knows. All though it was such a shame to miss two days with Jane & Steve in a way it was a good place to happen. They knew the best medical centre around and they were indeed very good there. Phillip also had to go ...
... 19th about 1.5 miles. Starbucks have great internet and great coffee, it was a good place to write this blog . On our agenda today was a visit to the California Academy of Sciences which is located in Golden Gate Park around 9th Ave. Since we were a block away from GG park we decided to walk there. On our journey we noticed that gas prices had really not gone down ...
... of fancy oil and bread tasters… they were amazing and probably the highlight of our day.
It was around 2.30pm at this stage and we were starving so went to find a vegan restaurant in the North Beach District but after a 20-minute walk around the outskirts of China Town the place was shut. We seemed to be walking around the worst parts of town and nothing was getting any better and by this point we were just in a bad mood. We continued walking for another 10-minutes ...
... Golden Gate Bridge by passed by wobbly cyclists and eager runners. In the evening we headed for Castro, a neighbourhood famed for its liberal views and naked men. Unfortunately, we didn't spot any naked men. Toral had brought her own bike helmet for sanitary purposes, Tom gave her a weird look but let it pass. The next day we went for a walk on the promenade looking for a bike to match Toral's helmet, instead we walked the cycle route and had a greasy fish and chips overlooking ...
... structures - a great place to satisfy all your senses and get some creative ideas.
We went to two seminars - one on gardens abroad in Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales with the odd one in Italy and France thrown in, and a more instructional one on " fountainscaping" your garden. Get ready Jim! We cruised around for most of the day, oohing and ahhing at plants and garden structures we covet, with a nice break for a ...