La Quinta Inn & Suites Hayward Oakland Airport
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The no-hoper barista returned to his steam locomotive and poured our capucinos, which turned out to consist mainly of ...
... depending on the occasion. Of course Charlie steams into the store with his Nanna and mumma while I head to the deck to get some nice photos of the SF Bay!!! Robyn, Nanna & Charlie all stocked up on Christmas decorations we head to the candy store where Robyn goes crazy and buys plenty of Salt Water Taffy. To tell you the truth Robyn bought some and we all gave em a fair hiding!! After some time in Sausalito cruising around checking it out we decide to head back into the ...
... to Pier 39 where we were yesterday. H and K dropped us off beside a bike rental booth where we hired a bike for Sarah and another with a kids "tag along" attached for Ross and Meg. The plan being that Ross could stop peddling and take a rest while M kept us going by herself.. The plan for the trip was to bike about 13km across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausilito, and then back across the bay on the ferry. We joined the other thousands of people ...
... purchase. Back at the hotel, we had a short break in our rooms before heading down to 'Wine Hour' for the complimentary glass or two of Californian white. By now it was unanimous that we didn't want to walk far for dinner, so we asked for recommendations nearby and were directed to First Crush, a bustling bar/restaurant in a former wine cellar. We found our way there without any problems, shared a handful of small dishes, and were back at the hotel for an early ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility