Howard Johnson Express Inn - San Mateo
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... this is generally enforced and accepted.
Young people are generally quick to offer seats to us when we board?
Men offer seats to Cheryl when we board.
Strangers are easy to start up conversations with.
This could be because SF is open and accepting to any culture, religion, cause or ??
There are however quite a few homeless on the streets.
... back to Madissen’s. We took her out for dinner as a thank you but not before she took us out for cocktails at the ‘Top of the Mart’. It was a penthouse bar at one of the prestigious hotels in SF, on one of the taller hills with panoramic views of downtown SF and beyond, amazing nighttime sights.
It was an early rise the next day to catch a connecting bus to Oakland (City just outside of SF) and then train it to LA, the final leg of our US ...
... traction, and stamina Technology innovation - is it meaningful to the world solving a need? A dream and vision that knows where it is going - the end game. Doing business with NZ no big issues as time zone not that bad, can shift work week to tues-sat Back to downtown SF, while tour group went on sightseeing bus tours I went with Rebecca to move her to her new motel where she ...
... excited for scoring 2 queen beds for $90 a night which ended up cheaper than us all paying for a hostel. We relaxed and un winded chilling in our hotel room and decided to try meet Emily Lucas who was coincidently here at the same time. We took the free shuttle to the airport and then the BART (train) into Union Square which is central San Fran. Having only wifi in free wifi spots was to hard to meet with Emily so Allana, Steph and I had delicious Japanese. 22nd ...
... circled an area called Ghirardelli Square. It was so easy to find and saw that it was just a shopping area. So, I decided to check out Municipal Pier. So nice to see the bay. As I was walking on the pier, I could not believe how people were biking up on Russian Hill. Too much work to me.
I decided to walk along Jefferson to check out Fisherman's Wharf. Far away in the bay, I saw Alcatraz! I remembered learning about the island in Dr. Gonzales' ...