Larkspur Landing Pleasanton
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... 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 ...
The time has come to leave 'The City'. We have had an incredibly busy few days and there is still more we haven't seen. Perhaps for another trip, some time! My overwhelming memories will be the hills, the Victorian and Art Deco houses and architecture, coupled with the laid back atmosphere of this culturally diverse city. The food has been multinational; Italian, Mexican, Hunan ( Southern Chinese), Belgian and American. All delicious!
Day 1: Paresh was nice enough to organise our car for our 2 month road trip. At the dealership we had to part with some cash to cover insurance. Since we have both never driven on the right side of the road we thought it best we take some out. We are given a brand new white Nissan Altima to drive. It's bigger than what I am used to but I'm sure it will be fine to drive.
As Hinesh drives out of the dealership we are both a little nervous of the traffic ...
... We didn't mak that, but we did hang on down to Fisherman's Wharf, where we mosied about for a while before taking a boat trip round the bay. The trip took us out into the bay, under the Golden Gate Bridge, round Alcatraz, and back. Alcatraz Island is located in the San Francisco Bay, 1.5 miles offshore from San Francisco, California. Often referred to as "The Rock", the small island was developed with facilities for a lighthouse, a military fortification, a ...
... did not shop. We did go to Walgreens, which had a cute market in it - I wish our Walgreens had one. I was looking for a post office, which I found inside of Macy's, 2 floors down, and way around the back of the building...very strange.
Ate lunch at Lefty O'Doul's, one of FIL's favorite places. It is cafeteria style, but you go along the line and tell the folks what you want on your sandwich. It is kind of like the Subway sandwich concept, but WAY ...