Holiday Inn Express Berkeley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... includes commentary from inmates and guards, plus what they know about the infamous inmates (e.g. Al Capone) and the 5 successful escapees - however leave plenty to time because there is a lot to cover. San Francisco also has a "real" Chinatown that is a lovely walk down cluttered streets of independent shops with everything from jade sculptures to Chinese herbs. Photograph the Golden Gate Bridge = ...
... divorced the minute we stepped on California soil. Thankfully no divorce on the horizon.
How was homeschooling?
It was horrible. Alex and I both learned that we never want to homeschool our children ever again, and our children learned that school is actually a pretty good place to go and get an education, and by and large, their teachers are nicer than their parents.
On the upside, we gain some insight on how our kids learn and what ...
... are often just smoke and mirrors. -the signs that say speed is monitored by aircraft are definitely lying. We did not see any speeding drivers get bombed on the I-5. But I did hesitate for a second because it is america after all. -if someone is being a pain with their high beams on blinding you via your mirrors use the electric side mirror adjustment to send it right back at them. -the passenger can attempt to assist on windy roads by elk spotting ...
... Golden Gate Bridge before going home (probably another 3 hours in the opposite direction...) this did not happen!
The next day we drove over The Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods, which had giant sequoia trees. Because we had reserved tickets for the Alkatraz tour at 12:00, we decided to take the most direct rout, which was over the bidge, not realising it ws a toll road when enterting the city. We started to panic when half way over ...
... back to Bush Street we walk back to the station. There is a line but nothing like the one earlier in the day. We wait about 45 minutes and while there are empty cars nothing seems to be moving. A transit authority worker tells the crowd there is a tree down on the line and it could be up to 4 hours before the cars are running again. We have to decide if we should give up our place in line to find a cab or wait. We decide to walk up to the closest hotel where ...