La Quinta Inn & Suites Hayward Oakland Airport
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Travel Blogs from Hayward
... by all the different foods once again (is becoming a habit).
Susan and Rick love the toffee pops and the pineapple lumps.
Tomorrow we plan to get lots of things done such as car insurance, change the title over and I have my physical appointment (lucky Dustin just reminded me about that last one). So busy day tomorrow, hopefully it goes fairly smoothly.
Wish us luck xx
... no wonder they get drunk and take drugs, I can't sleep when I'm cold, when you see stuff like this it makes you appreciate the life you have, what things are important, and what is not.
Our room at the Good Hotel is on the ground floor situated in the courtyard. I think we had someone with a clubfoot in the room above, every time they walked around there was a thump. What was I saying about some things being important and some not? Not important. ...
... on the way. Julie and Case also snagged some free cappuccino from the concessions on the boat. As soon as we arrived on the island it was an uphill climb! We got to see a ton of old buildings that were used during the massive immigration of Chinese and other Asians into America during the gold rush. Angel Island is basically the Ellis Island of the west. The island was also used extensively as a military base. Case did a great job labeling the pictures from the island ...
I started the day with breakfast on the boat, checking emails etc then decided I would head into Belvedere and have a bit on an explore before getting the boat across to the city.
Belvedere is a nice little place; I firstly walked to the shop where I picked up some lunch. I had a good look around the American supermarket to see the difference in products. Notably some things were a lot larger. The soft drinks were huge in ...
... vue would drift over me. Then you would come across a small settlement, not really town or village, but with a shop, filling station and not much else, sometimes even a motel. Looking at the motel would evoke memories of Norman Bates dressed as his Mother visiting one of the rooms at night. (For my younger readers ask some oldie about the film 'Psycho' to get some images.) So after the drive we arrive at the village of Tusayan in Arizona and near the entrance to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking