Holiday Inn Express Castro Valley - East Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... it to the end of the line at Market Street ($24) just south of Union Square where we did a little bit of shopping. I had my first ever Sephora visit and I liked it. Evan and Darcy waited outside. A lady kindly spilled a bottle of perfume all over my leg so I smell amazing. We followed that up with a visit to the three story Old Navy shop. It was fantastic and we bought approximately 593 things for $20 (although I may be exaggerating). We then caught the old school electric tram ...
... town called Sausalito, where we would catch a ferry back. Sausalito is clearly one of the more exclusive parts of the city and its luxurious houses don't come cheap (a bit like the food and drink in the shops). We only had to stay for an hour so before getting the boat back to the Ferry Building and cycling back to the bike rental shop. Our slick navigation of downtown San Francisco's busy roads was a massive improvement on the haphazard cycling ...
... An uneventful ride to the coliseum station where I picked up the airport shuttle bus. Fifteen minutes plater and I was in terminal 1. I dropped off my bag, went through security and here I sit. It's getting a bit more crowded now. I just talked to Mom. She seems ok and in good spirits. I wish she was coming because it just doesn't seem right without her. AWho's going to get my coffee? With a big yawn, I say, "That wraps up ...
... Soleil show Mystére from ‘Tix4tonight’ and ended up a handy 50% discount. Unfortunately, these discounted tickets are only sold at the booths and so if you are interested, make sure you get in early in the day.
In the evening we headed to our show which was quite spectacular. It’s incredible what the human body can cope with and what it can achieve with the right training and a lot of practice. The show went on for about an hour and a half and was ...
... and spent 60 precious years in prison. Will wrote a book about it which I bought and let him sign, and we had a lovely little chat about his dream to come to The Netherlands (/Europe) one day. When we had had enough of the mysterious prison halls, the ferry took us back to shore. The mist that had been lingering in the bay all morning now disappeared and we went for a lovely lunch at pier 39; clam chowder soup in a bowl made of bread. We explored the city center and invested ...