La Quinta Inn Livermore
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Later in the day I was able to take a bike ride around Livermore and I rode 16 miles on some nice bike paths and very bike friendly bike lanes.
While I was riding, Suzi, Lisa, Sadie and Tami took all the great grandkids to a local park to burn off their energy.
Dinner was Pizza and Salad and all of the kids ate really well. It was a very enjoyable family time.
We got into Emeryville at 3ish we were an hour early. Emeryville is east of San Francisco on the opposite side of the bay. After collecting our bags we found a taxi which took us to Olga and Angel's home, at Oakland a lovely home with a lovely shower, it was sooo nice to change clothes.
Olga is our ...
... to Siri, I had a great tour of San Fran on my way back. We went through China Town, Downtown and saw Trolley Cars and Cable Cars.
We went to a really cool festival in Livermore, had pedicures and manicures in town then played in the water fountains.
On Sunday, we went to the church a block away and it was so cool since the church was so welcoming and gave us a cool cup with candy! Wow, so fun ...
... tsars), to commemorate a victory over Sweden. This is the Leningrad that was under siege during the Second World War and held off the Nazis, but suffered over a million casualties. It was the capital of Russia until 1918 (when the government moved to Moscow), and today it is the second largest city in the country. With a population of 5 million, St. Petersburg is the northernmost city to have a population over 1 million.