Holiday Inn Express Walnut Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... harbour town of Sausalito and got our first proper views of the San Francisco cityscape. We felt like hanging around with the rest of the tourists and supping on a nice chilled Sauvignon Blanc but the bridge awaited us and we headed on up our final big hill with many bike hires passing us the other way. None of them seemed to be going in our ascending direction, strangely enough. With the hill conquered, the orange bridge came into sight. After ...
... or down that thing!
We found some free two-hour parking along the back roads so we parked up and strolled down to Pier 41. The first thing we saw not far in the distance was Alcatraz. It is a lot closer to the shore than I thought it was going to be. We needed to book the boat that night as a few people had told us that the tours fill up quickly. Just next to the pier was a tiny little island called Forbes Island, which looked like it was a floating restaurant, very cool. ...
... replacement bus to Amsterdam airport, flight to heathrow, collected by British airways express transfer service (the last of any compliments about BA) and rushed to my next flight to Chicago (somehow made it), eight hour to Chicago, internal flight for four hours to San Francisco and drive to Modesto motel. All that sounds hectic but fine. Let's add the following. My express service across heathrow was efficient. My ...
... on uphill to begin the bridge crossing, refusing to avoid other hoards of cyclists and pedestrians on the way. Pedestrians were on the left side of the bridge and the cyclists were channelled to the right, open ocean side. Windy crossing yet still warm as slightly uphill. Once across the bridge we free wheeled down to Sausilito, a seaside town ...
... responsibility has led up to this day.
Today started off with a graduation party of my old high school, to a retirement party of which I walked my dog around to avoid small talk, to driving to the city with my parents and re-uniting with my sister. It involved many jokes and bumper sticker quotes from my Dad and deep thoughts from my Mom indulging on work and life mixing together. We went to an ...