Holiday Inn Express Castro Valley - East Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We then caught the light rail service (tram) back to the cable car museum to have a look around, was a great sight to see how they work and the history behind them.
We then had a walk through Macy's and other shops then spent the rest of the day buying other souvenirs, the navigated through the city well, but there is still so much to ...
... Beach area has nice shops, great restaurants and the strand walk along or to casually observe volleyball games, the ocean and people watch.
Our visit to Rich & Jenny was great. Their home is adorable. Their cactus gardens are beautiful. They are quite the talented homemakers and gardeners. Jenny is working hard at her studies for her Masters program. Rich cleared his schedule allowing quality time together.
Rich was so happy ...
... five year old to ten year old. I will be looking for items in NJ to send to her to help with adding fairy land.
Vivi loved my iPad. Her Dad was allowing her to play games and watch videos. Aria has no interest in TV or videos. Nakoa loves to watch anything to do with trucks and trains.
We had a few days of rain. The kids enjoy playing in it and slipping and sliding in the mud and splashing in puddles. They.get a lot of rain so ...
... life of Walt Disney from his birth in Chicago, growing up in Marcelline, MO, his time in Kansas City, etc. It uses animation and audio, as you would expect. It was interesting to learn how many times he failed and how much he struggled to get funding and supporters for his various big ideas. No one was behind him, for instance, when he wanted to build a theme park that would be enjoyed by adults as well as children. He ...
... woken by Chris, so we decided a little walk up a very long hill was needed! We had intended to get the cable car but computer said no so we walked to Lombard Street, wiggliest road in the world. This was a gruelling walk up (that really is an understatement) 5 blocks but we told Frank it was only a couple! The view was amazing. We now had a big hunger on so we started the short walk (well that's what ...