Holiday Inn Express Walnut Creek
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... quarried limestone, produced lime. Wood barrels for transporting the finished lime were made here from local redwood. The stone was fired at 2000 F in kilns on site for five days to make lime. No doubt many trees were cut down in the area to fuel the fires.
One has to pass through grassy fields which were historically a part of a ranch to get to the heart of the University. The campus buildings are set in the ...
... an Arctic Bay Steampot that consisted of two lobsters, half a dozen shrimp (prawns to us), a pound of little clams, spicy sausage, corn on the cob and boiled potatoes, all steamed in garlic and stuff. It was certainly a messy meal to eat, having to break open the claws with special crackers, as well as split the legs with a special thingumybob; but let me tell you, it was well worth the effort. Having had our fill we paid up, had a quick peruse around the nearby wharf, and ...
... cable cars up and down the steep streets. We spent Saturday night out in an area called Haight, which is well-known for its ‘bohemian’ residents. We weren’t sure we were ‘cool’ enough for most of the bars in Haight, but just when we were about to give up we stumbled across a decent-looking bar with a pool table called Trax – we quickly befriended the barman, who was very ‘friendly’ – ...
... br> I'm sure in the next day and a half before I leave I'll question what I have and what I still need. I have a long list of errands for tomorrow and then just need a good nights sleep before the long journey to Santiago.
So close now!!!
Looking forward to a great ...
The route took us out of Fisherman's Wharf past Fort Mason and onto Marina Green which was where the America's Cup village and spectator areas were. We then went through the flats of Crissy Field before heading up to the lookout and rest point just before the bridge entrance which gave amazing views. After a water and postcard buying stop we tackled the nearly 2km bridge. It was quite freaky as it ...