Holiday Inn Express Union City/San Jose
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... and there was a long queue to get on, but it moved along OK and it was a pleasant trip over. We walked all around the buildings, and there were very nice gardens, and also lots of seagulls nesting, and some of them had their chicks with them - we've never seen seagull chicks before. These ones strangely enough are spotted; whereas the parents are Snow White and grey. Through the huge workshop buildings - now empty - but with photos of former inmates working at ...
... AQWA in Perth (I know we had to do a double take too... Something in SF that is not better than Perth, WOW! A leisurely bike ride back to Union Square to finish the afternoon was a great end to our activities for the day. Although, we didn't do any of the peddling, that was done by a very fit American with a butt of steel. We both agreed Fred would be really good at this and that he had missed his true calling :D Our bikey friend was very ...
... on at the end of the line where the cable cars come in one after the other, maybe 5 minutes apart, and have to be manually turned around on a turntable. There is an inside compartment but most people like to sit on the sideways facing seats or hang onto the side. The driver uses huge levers to control the thing and when you see the hills the cable car goes up the brakes really do need to work!
The cable car journey costs just $6 and ...
... example. “No sir, we don’t have breakfast tea, but I can recommend the purple stewed tea as the closest option.” Ok, I say, two please. Out arrive two wooden boards with large glass mugs filled with loose leaf tea and water, and an extra insulated glass jug of hot water. We’re sitting at our table trying to figure out how exactly we drink the tea without getting a mouth full of tea leaves – and then I notice the guy behind the counter making coffee. He has ...
... spent ages watching them. We had our first views of Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz from there as well. Funny to see them for ourselves after all those mornings watching the bay and Team NZ sailing in the Americas Cup racing.
Joined a small crowd of tourists taking photos of the crookedest street in the world, along Lombard St. Experienced a Cable car ride and discovered ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center