Homewood Suites by Hilton Newark - Fremont
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... more of America I want to do at another time though, for sure! More later
Went for a walk with Ed, munched down (another) maccy d's and found a cool bar, downtown. Had a few pints in there and started making our way home, stumbled across a really cool bar around the corner from the hostel and proceeded to get quite drunk. There's like a cage bit at the back of the bar where you could smoke and ...
... after hearing of them for years. Dinner was, of course, hamburgers & hotdogs, followed by raspberry crumble with blueberry sauce.
Now....the awesome part. Newark allows fireworks for the week of the 4th & everyone in the area seems to buy hundreds of dollars worth. Jim had a ton & as the skies darkened, he set-up a latter in the front driveway & starting blasting them off. It. Was. Awesome. I've lit small ...
... and food. SF is famous for its Clam Chowder which is served in a bowl made of sour dough bread and Fishermans Wharf is the place to buy it. We sat down for lunch and Sam and Stephanie ordered the chowder and I got fish and chips. Otis tried a little of everything but he loved the chowder. The food was fantastic but I learnt American fish and chips is very different from the English version. It arrives as 4 small pieces of fish in batter with French fries and mushy peas ...
Our final stop in America is San Francisco and we had been invited to stay with Sams family and spend a few weeks with them before moving on to Asia. We were up early and ready to get a cab to the Oakland BART to transfer to Union City where we were being collected by Herb and Veronica Sams great aunt and uncle who emigrated to California to live. We were both very excited, we have been since we started planning our trip, and in our excitement arrived to Union ...
... Tribes and you guessed it, unrest due to development. The town of Napa was founded in 1847, so not that old in grape growing history?
Our first stop was at the St Clement winery. We tasted three wines and their signature wine which sells at over $100 per bottle, the Oroppas. Interesting name for a wine and one we were relating to a Greek God of wine or similar but the name actually comes from the Japanese owner of the winery at the time, Sapporo spelt ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility