Holiday Inn Express Union City/San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Union City
... get very hazy, so by lunch time, you couldn't see the bridge clearly from Fisherman's Wharf. We had lunch at Fisherman'sWharf and then went for a walk along the area. It is quite a touristy spot, but lots of interesting art galleries, shops, and of course my favourite - the home of Ghirardelli Chocolate. Heaven. Loved it. I wanted to buy one of everything in there. Had to be dragged out and even then I snuck back in whilst the fam ...
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... I lost our appetite and went back to the hotel, leaving Rach and Mike to eat elsewhere. They found a great place called Tads Steakhouse and had what it says on the tin - a steak! We only ventured out in the city briefly as it was getting late, but the buzz was amazing. The hustle and bustle of people coming and going, the car, taxis, trams and buses. There were loads of weirdos too, vagrants and beggars. We had to watch where ...
... does not visit! We certainly encountered so interesting characters en route! The restaurant was reviewed as being a 'diamond in the rough'.
The Americans love large - no super-large portions so the plates were full. Grits are not Simons thing ( see he doesn't eat everything) but the meals were nice.
We got back onto the #47 Bus to go to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39. We had some tickets for an hour cruise ( courtesy of Jackie - thank you! ) of ...
... first stop of my bus tour, where instead of hopping on and off as the tour was intended to be taken I stayed on the bus for the whole circular route! Let me say one thing: the Golden Gate Bridge is flippin' windy!! I nearly lost my glasses crossing the bridge both ways on the top deck of a double decker bus! A cable car back and I was done being a tourist for the day! Later that day I met the group that I'd be travelling with for the next few weeks - ...