Larkspur Landing Pleasanton
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Pleasanton
... culture. The show was hilarious. One of our favorite parts was the cast performing Michael Jackson's Thriller. After the show we walked back to the car and got to see the Golden Gate Bridge light show, where an artist choreographed the lights on the side of the bridge to made different patterns and designs all throughout the night. It was a long but exciting and fun day! We can't thank Randy and Julie enough for taking us around and showing us things we never could ...
... walked about 6 miles on the south rim trail and virtually every few yards you get a different perspective on this truly wonderful sight. Along the trail they have marvellous viewing platforms. Now considering this country is big of litigation, apart from at some of the viewing platforms, there is no fence protecting you from falling the mile down if you wander too close to the edge. (Obviously burning yourself on a cup of McDonald's coffee is deemed more dangerous ...
... wasn't foggy, and you could see the bridge crystal clear. The weather was 75 degrees which they say doesn't happen very often in the city. We then took the ferry over to Alcatraz. Alcatraz was very, very interesting. We went on the video tour which explained about each area of the prison. It also explained about the riot and the escapes. We then came back to the dock (Pier 39) and walked up the the area that we started at this morning. (Pier 1). We found a nice place to eat to have ...
Well. That was very sudden. My wife and I are on our way to Iwanuma and Sendai to teach English to young Japanese students. We accepted an offer from a Japanese company called "JoyTalk" and our adventure begins. In the span of about 36 hours we prepped and packed for our lives in Japan. Thankfully we were mostly ready to begin with. It's now 1:31AM and I am sitting in the International terminal of SFO waiting for a flight to ...
... tried something similar before, but probably not the true thing, as I didn't remember the tapioca "pearls" being so large, SUCH a weird texture (otherwise the taste was great, similar to Chai tea), but sucking up those larger black balls just too strange... ;) We also visited a fortune cookie factory, and ate some authentic fare from a small shop (like potstickers and dumplings, and crunchy sesame cookies, as well as a sweet roll, with ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center