Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLafayette Park Hotel & Spa
Hidden gem, in the middle of no where, so to speak. The staff was great, and the premium king room was worth the upgrade. Its about an hour from Napa, but close to Concord, Berkeley and Oakland.
Restaurant on property was excellent, and there's a spa on site, which we didn't take advantage of. Overall an excellent stay. A+
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... minutes. Everyone is commenting on the weather, it is still very warm and sunny which is unusual, but I am loving it!
The train took 1 hour 15 minutes and Chris picked me up in his Nissan Leaf electric car and drove to Google. I got my visitor badge and he showed me around the areas that I was allowed in which were mostly common areas, cafes, gym, and outside. We saw a car that takes the Google Street View photos, and a self-drive car. There were lots ...
... for the previous day. The murals there are beautiful, often political, and very popular. We took our time meandering down alleys (except when the odor of urine was too strong and we had to speed it up for some oxygen), enjoying the murals. They are another must do, in my opinion, if you are in the area. After the murals, we went to Blue Bottle Coffee, which I had heard was some of the best in the city. We had a cup and checked out the tile factory and ...
... and then walked up to the famous Pier 39 and then to coit tower and through Chinatown to try and get a good range of the sights on San Francisco, and to get some shopping in of course! We then ended the day at the AT&T baseball park where they screened the opera La Traviata live from the Opera House, it was a little chilly but good fun. To end off the week we caught a shuttle bus over to Treasure Island to ...
... over from Rinny as well - can move!
All in all it was an awesome morning of spectating! To quote myself... ;)
Awesome morning of spectating at @escapealcatraz !Inspiring athletes , pro & age group alike! As always -triathletes are made of good stuff!— rachel callachor (@rachelcallachor) June 2, 2014
Few more photos below ...
... br> As I often do, I had the car stuffed to the max with all types of things that I thought I might need for the trip!! I had Xena in the car with me and Sheri had Binky in the motor home with her. Away we went, off to the Russian River.
Attached is a video of the front of the house before we left. One last look.....