Larkspur Landing Pleasanton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi Great to get your emails. I cant send emails from here but can get them. Am hoping I will be able to send at next Hotel. We had a 5:30am start yedterday and home at 8:30pm but it was a great day out. The temperature at the park was38degrees and I am a bit sunburnt. Will be keeping in the shade today. The tour guide was full of life, reminded me if Grsnt, played in a band loved his music and played songs all the way with a commentary on how they were connected to the area. ...
We stayed at the camp as long we could as the spot was terrific, we took a nice walk around the ground and found that the camp had so much more than the average Aussie ground. There were sites for basic tent camping as well as ones with ensuite a and the delux ones even come with heated concrete floors and cable. We also took a walk to the beach which was very similar to the ones back home, the sand the lack of people and the clean ocean gave me a real sense of how good home ...
... and enjoyed every minute of it.
Our next stop was Goat Rock Beach about 30 miles west of Sebastopol, on the ocean. What can I say, the pictures say it all. We saw the sunset and heard the drums beating from on top of the hill as the sun went down. It was beautiful and I have included a video of the event. The trip to Goat Rock was memorable and we will go again if we ever get another chance.
... we ended up finding somewhere where I could have a Chili Con Carne burger. By the way - cola comes in 3 ways; vanilla, cherry or chocolate, in which it's just standard coke but they add a flavored sugar syrup!!
After dinner we headed up to the 8th floor of the Macy's shopping centre to grab some cheesecake from the famous cheesecake shop. At both 6pm, and 8pm, the place had about 1000 people and probably 100 waiting for a ...
... in the cards. As a result, we needed to find somewhere local to make it all happen.
We had long heard that Walmart welcomed transient travellers moving their stuff around North America in big clunky motor vehicles with beds, to their empty parking lots for respite after exhausting drives for overnight accommodation, but we were dubious. I imagined how happy John, Jennifer's dad, my gruff but loving father-in-law, would feel when Jennifer ...