La Quinta Inn & Suites Hayward Oakland Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the pork belly is quite easily the best I have ever eaten. Next to follow were the dry-aged prime rib-eye and the lamb cutlets. I kid you not Mashers you would have to travel along way to taste meat better than this...Mein Gott! Thanks must go to my beautiful wife for selecting such a great restaurant for the first of many anniversary celebrations. To close out the busy month of March Trace & I would be accompanied by the Elliots and the Robinson-Gleasons for ...
... stolen. She said they knew when to run, because they would hear artillery fire nearby. She said sometimes they were in hiding for days, which interrupted daily chores necessary just to survive and her schooling.
Sue's father was 11-years-old when the Japanese soldiers occupied his village. He had a hard time talking about it. I'll never forget the things he told me.
I felt privileged to be able to record a bit of history.
... hotel is just not in the best area of town. We witnessed deals going down, both for drugs and the spice of life. Ladies of the night paying off their pimps, and saw first hand the tactical response of the SF police. Approximately twenty police officers in six police cars respond and pat down two men - talk about overkill. We were confronted with extreme poverty of the homeless people cueing for access to a meal and perhaps a bed ...
... on food and a place to watch the UFC. We ignored all their suggestions and decided to get Chinese which is right next to the hotel. Until we found Alfred's Steakhouse that was down an alley near our hotel. It has been open since 1928 and the food was delicious. We had also been told to check out the Bay Bridge lights. So after dinner we took a walk down Washington Avenue towards the bridge. I also wanted to check it out as there is a Baskin Robbins on the way. So we went to ...
An early start for us as we wanted to be on the first ferry across to Alcatraz aka 'The Rock'. The famous island prison in the middle of San Francisco Bay. I had heard that this was often sold out and needed to be pre-booked. I am so glad I took this advice and did buy tickets several weeks ago as it is booked out till Dec 1. Too bad if you only have a few days in SF and you wanted to visit Alcatraz. This was ...