Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Oakland Airport
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... the island, which is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and what things we shouldnīt definitely miss while visiting Alcatraz Island.
Once the introduction was over Gonzalo and I proceeded to the islandīs theater located inside of the Barracks (Apartments) where we could watch a short movie about “The Rock” prepared by Discovery Channel. Then we started to walk around the former federal prison.
First of all, we headed to the New ...
... too! After we'd eaten in town, we went back to the museum as Kiran had lost his helmet. As we'd still not found somewhere to camp for the night, we asked the lady in the museum if there was any chance we could camp in the back garden-and she said yes! All the neighbours came out and asked if we needed anything, it was really nice of everybody to be so accommodating. It was also pretty fun to sleep in Thomas Edison's back ...
... stop". She just shakes her head at me. If they do have one, I have to return the truckster full of gas so as we head into Oakland, I jump off of the freeway in search of a gas station, and we find ourselves in a neighborhood that is not the best. Lots of bars on the windows and whatnot. Certainly not a place that I would take the wife and kids sightseeing. After searching for a bit we find gas and I fill up the tank and we head ...
... Pete and Darlene, our group leaders. After that we had wine and shared an appetizer in the hotel bar. Karen and Bella called to wish John a happy Father's Day and we each talked to them a while.
Orientation began at 5:30 PM with a welcome and self-introductions of 33 participants. Several people were registered for this program last year when the national parks were closed because of the ...
... half way around the world. Ryan mutters that they really do live in a small world. First encounter with Sea Lions on Pier 39 has the pair reaching for a peg. After checking his watch (8pm) Ryan decides its time to head home to see Pip before the sun goes down. On the way they try and get into the classy Marks tower for a sneaky beer and a sunset view however they are rejected due to dress regulations. After a tip off that if you ...