Larkspur Landing Pleasanton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... lights, a few tears got shed and a reminisce of what an a almazing trip we have had. After the boat trip we headed to the players bar on pier 39 for some goodbye drinks and food. I got some delicious calamari and a double vodka, the group had voted mine and joes shepherds pie as the best meal of the trek which made me chuckle. After the food me, Bettina and Sofia decided to make tracks as we wanted to head down Castro street famous for its gay ...
... take it over after it was no longer a prison and there is gorgeous wildlife including flowers and birds there. The actual prison tour was really good after watching the film escape from alcatraz. Quite eerie but really cool!! After we went to Alcatraz we mooched around and went to Dad's new favourite bar on Jefferson street! I had a characature drawn of me which ...
Sat 19th July 2014 Red Bluff, the final cut! The heavy touring & social schedule is beginning to take its toll, with the recommended departure time taking a battering this morning. Plenty of enthusiasm for our final visit, just not so keen on the 45 min drive in the van, at least there was breakfast waiting for us. Hilary (the gps) must also have had a big night as she sent us to the wrong address so we were a little late ...
... has recently made its way to the top of my fears list. By the time we reached the counter, my body was trembling with apprehension.
Thankfully, the lady took my paperwork, looked it over, stamped it, and told us to come back the following morning to pick it up.
Next on the game plan was the Indian embassy across town. With my dad and sister as driver and navigator respectively, (this was a full family affair – ...