La Quinta Inn Oakland Airport Coliseum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up. Cereal for breakfast. Sorted our car hire with the hotel concierge-booked with enterprise who would pick us up at 12 noon. Went on the internet and booked Alcatraz tickets (had a stroke of luck and managed to get tickets for the night tour:). Organized to stay with Rachel (who we met at Colca Canyon)'s mate in Santa Barbara. Printed off directions to San Francisco. Everything is slowly falling into place. Checked out and waited for our car. It got ...
... say she was too tired and wasn't going to make it. It would have been fun to hang out with her away from the tour because we got along so well, but she had a very difficult 4 weeks and I am sure she was exhausted.
I caught the bus to Golden Gate Park where the festival had also been on Friday and Saturday. There were 5 stages going, but I only went to 2 of them. I saw a little bit of Shelley Colvin and Ralph Stanley's sets, then watched Tweedy, and Sarah ...
... the neighborhood, which I believe is called Sunset something or other (terrible note-taking, oops). I was declaring that I could and would love to live in San Francisco by this point in the trip, so we walked around the neighborhood of pricey homes and beautiful gardens daydreaming for a while.
We made a stop at Biergarten on our way home, which is exactly what it sounds like. It was located in a very hipster area of town, and was all ...
... where they also apparently have "copy bags", but again its a "follow me" thing.
We thought we'd have a look around for somewhere to eat on the way back to the hotel, and settled on Sears Fine Foods, a restaurant established in 1938. After looking at the menu in the window, and checking out what people were eating through the window, we decided on the "Sunday Special", which was Della’s Fried Chicken (whipped potatoes, green beans, milk gravy) and ...
... dancers. The women projected a dynamic and brilliant vibe of energy and spirited singing. We all danced the night away, doing tequila shots and drinking beer. Everyone was very excited about the following weekend because it was time for the tritip competition! Pat had kindly agreed to let us stay in her house for the weekend which was great as the competition was located at a winery called Fieldstone that was around a 5 minute drive from her house. It was just amazing being back ...