Inn at Oyster Point
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Last night, we drove from our home in Sacramento, CA to San Francisco. We got a "park and fly" package at a nice little hotel near the airport called the Inn at Oyster Point. For my local friends, this is a great place to stay if you are flying out of SFO. Attached is a photo of the view from our room.
We flew from San Francisco to London …
... to secure tickets for the baseball tonight and I promised to ring her to arrange to meet before the game. At just after 9am I rang her mobile number. The phone kept ringing but no one answered. I know they didn’t arrive until late last night so they may be having a lie in. Unfortunately I don’t know when I would be able to ring again as we intend to be out all day. I hadn’t seen a payphone while we have been here. I learned later that it is because ...
... captured 8 guards and held them hostage, but it all went horribly
wrong, one of the prison guards who had the key to the outer door, pretended he
didn’t have it so they couldn’t get out.
The guard in particular, although going against regulations, actually
was the reason why the prisoners didn’t escape, although sadly he lost his life
as one of the prisoners fired a shot and killed him, but before that he managed
to write on ...
... street in the world’ with 5 hairpin bends in it and cars are queuing up to drive down it. We walked down it and then onwards to fishermans warf for dinner.
Fishermans warf was brilliant, it’s absolutely full of restaurants and street stalls selling food while you can watch street magicians, dancers and bands. I decided to try the local speciality, clam chowder which gave jo the ...
... navires pendant la guerre...ouf ça donne froid dans le dos. On y découvre la salle des torpilles, les lits des soldats, des officiers, les cuisines, etc. Il ne faut pas être claustrophobe pour vivre là dedans. En plus c'est étonnant toute la machinerie que ça prend pour faire fonctionner un engin du genre. Neuvième activité, visiter un navire marchand datant lui aussi de la deuxième guerre mondiale. Vous connaissez peut être Rosie the Riveter! La photo classique de la femme ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking