Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Oakland Airport
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... a place called Gordo, which was just a shop, restaurant (that was closed) and a lodge on the highway-a cabin there was $150 so we decided to drive another 12 miles to the next tiny town (Lucia) but the room was $195! However, their restaurant was open (albeit expensive) so we ate there and slept in the car. Found out later that the lodge was in fact 'Lucia Lodge' which looks very fancy on the website so no wonder we couldn't afford it!
staying at Fairmont on Nob Hill, certainly is fantastic. Woke to blue sunny skies. caught tram down hill past Union square, popped in to Uniqlo, where Ken made us buy new down jackets, in case it's cold in New Zealand. Then caught another cable car to fishermans wharf, looked at big crabs being landed, tried a little taster, then bought a massive crab sandwich and also ...
... and the Pebble Beach Golf Course, the membership was way to expensive for me $250,000 I kid you not. We stopped along the way to see the seals on the rocks & a squirrel appeared I thought it was going to bite me on the foot it came that close. We then stopped for lunch at the Carmel shopping centre & then again at the Fisherman's Wharf, which had some really lovely shops & restaurants & some homeless people along the way. Most of ...
... sail in a catamaran around the bay and out to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Day 4 - Started the day with a cable car ride hoping to stop at the crooked road but missed it, after some shuffling around we finally made it and was worth the trip, finishing off with a rather crowded trolly car ride. We had a relaxing afternoon in the Fisherman's wharf area a few QLDs and an early night.
Tomorrow we pick up the Mustang and head south on HWY 1.
... took the biscuit. On the Monday, I packed and did the goodbye round. It was very sad to leave a community that I had felt so accepted into. The whole experience is one that I imagine very few travellers have; not only staying in SF for over 2 weeks but making so many friends for life, partying for free in the wine country and eating up the local hot spots. I could really imagine living in Oakland; its' personality radiates quirk and spirit. Yes, there are certainly areas, like ...