Holiday Inn Express San Pablo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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So I have my BART ticket and now I am waiting for the train to arrive. Using the time to pack my backpack with the essentials so that I just have to drop off the luggage bag and run over to dubbelju to pick up the bike. I have a worry. My neck has been bothering me for the past few days probably stress related. It's really affecting me. I ...
... managed to find a few gluten free treats on a couple of stalls which I was encouraged to buy and did little to resist! After a short refreshment break we wandered back to the heart of town and explored some of the shops, including a huge Nike store, Bloomingdales, Macys, Nordstrom and Foot Locker where Kate and George each bought some trainers - apparently cheaper than they would be at home (I'm told they've done some research!). Tonight we ate at The Cheesecake Factory, ...
... we can manage to meet up one night in Seoul where she can introduce us to the crazy nightlife. Her recommendations have been making me more and more excited to get there! Here are some interesting facts I've learned about Guam: If you are born in Guam, you are considered a US citizen, but you aren't able to vote. There is no sales tax. A flight from Guam to Korea is relatively cheap $300-400, but a flight from the US to Guam is around ...
We had some cereal in our room. We had bought milk yesterday at Safeways and had it in the cooler bag with ice, and we had banana to put on it too - happy with that. Then we went a couple of blocks away to a Walgreens, and we bought a 7-day Muni passport, which entitles us to use the buses, cable cars and trolleys. However, they couldn't provide us with a map showing the routes, so we then walked a few more blocks to the underground station and spoke to a ...
... little place, but lots of shops for us to have a nosy round. Jette bought a rather swich pale green hat and a silk scarf. There were loads of jewellery shops, but too expensive to be tempting. There was a studio, called Studio 333 which was supposed to house over 40 different artists and looked quite interesting. The timing being what it is, ie Memorial Day, many places are closed altogether here, which is a pity. However, we found the place and had ...