Larkspur Landing Pleasanton
Travel Blogs from Pleasanton
... feast included BBQ pork ribs (best I've ever had), corn on the cob, numerous bbqed vegetables, salsa, mushrooms and salad. We had a great night and was entertained and inspired by the incredible stories. We are heading back to LA tomorrow to check out Disneyland and get some final shopping in before we fly to Paris on Thursday. We are having a great time in America and wish we could extend our ...
Owing to time constraints (my 90 day visa was half way up and I seemed to be able to stretch out every 3 day stay to more like a week) I decided to fly direct from Austin to San Francisco. On the flight over I kept being distracted from my movie by the sounds of whooping and applause...it strangely seemed to be synched to the location of the refreshments trolley and I began to wonder if ordering the right beverage would produce a similar reaction when it came to my ...
... path ran right along the shoreline, past some nice houses and great looking beach areas with parks. There was also lots of amazing boats and yachts parked in the bay, you could tell this was the rich part of town, compared to where we are staying. After a while we swapped bikes for a bit, Bobbie and I had a go on the singles and Thommo and PM had the tandem, they found it just as hard as we did. We couldn't really tell if we were getting closer to the bridge because there was ...
... T park for game San Francisco Giants v Padres. A pre game drink looks to be the standard practice so we head to the Public House. We are invited to sit with Bryan and Adam very generous & nice guys. It was interesting hearing about their lives in USA. Quite a coincidence as Bryan is involved in the pipe industry on a much much larger scale than Pipe Products. A couple of home runs, double plays and a win for the ...
Feeling seedy this morning after last nights drinking.
Met Liz at the hotel at 8am and went and had breakfast at Scalas Bistro.
After a very long breakfast we Packed our bags and met Jason and Kim in the lobby and went fro a walk to Chinatown. I remember walking around there last time we were here and it hasn't changed, full of restaurants and ****** gift stores, but still looks very ornate with Chinese lanterns hanging everywhere.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center