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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Inn Oakland
The motel is a bit dated, but was adequate for our family's needs as we were just passing through.
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After packing up and breakfast at the YHA, we went for a drive to Lombard Street - the windiest road in the world apparently! It may have been the windiest but we have driven on some extremely steep streets in San Francisco which are easily 35 degrees ! A bit scarey at times I have to admit.
Then back to get a better view of the Golden …
... afternoon for me, reading, finishing laundry, and playing with Emi. In the evening, Ludi's father Peter and their family friend Reen came over for a pizza dinner and an enjoyable evening. I was gratified when Shara raised a toast to us, saying that we had been great house guests and would be missed. Still, as much as this break from the road and the good times we have had have meant, I'm glad to continue our trip ...
... two seconds. I continued sleeping to 6:00 pm, when my parents woke me up to go to dinner. We walked down Solano to a gourmet burger restaurant. There I ate a blue cheese burger and a salad, it was nice to eat some familiar food. Then we walked back up to the house and picked up some ice cream for dessert. When we got to the house we ate mint Oreo ice cream for dessert. Then I stretched and went to bed. What a tiring day! That's all for ...
... it! We then had a wander around some shops, including the Disney store where Owen spent some of his money on a Captain America sheild and mask. I think we've managed to convince him to wait until we are back in the uk for the rest of the costume as it was $50ish for it in Disney!! We then had a ride on a tram which was really fun :) incredible how they make it up the steep hills. After hopping off the tram we then walked down the ...
... transporting plastic-shrink-wrapped cars, wandered around uptown more - checking out the Paramount Theatre and a lot of amazing graffiti art. Ray found a camera store chock a block with cameras old and new. Came home very tired and found a message from Russell telling us about a great night we could have with food trucks, music and museum. Unfortunately I had flaked out and slept from 3pm; waking up way too late to make it there in ...