Larkspur Landing Sunnyvale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... in at a joint called the pub which had the most beautiful view over the bay. Before long we were back on the path home to the RV via a traditional Japanese restaurant, the food again was great but the day was big and anna the boy and me are wrecked so of to bed early then hit the road again tomorrow and see what we find. ...
... because I had been to both places growing up. They are neat, small towns. However, hardly anything was open that early in the morning.
We crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and drove around Golden Gate Park. I wanted to get out and ride our bikes, but I noticed everyone had helmets. I didn't want to get in trouble for riding without them.
After getting gas, we found a free ...
... than the Manhattan chowder. It was a little chilly outside in the gazebo, so after we'd eaten, it was back to our room for a coffee and another glass of wine, before the kids left after 11pm ! I didn't realize how late it was ! It worked out really well getting the food as "take out" because it's easier with the kids, and also we could drink our own wine without corkage - and no tips involved ! Bonus ...
This morning we packed up, had breakfast and headed towards San Francisco. We travelled in convoy as Ginny was going to drop her car off at Ingrid's in Oakland before carrying on. Once we had done that we all headed in, we drove through Downtown and headed up Van Ness to get to Lombard, oh my it is steep, wouldn't like to do a handbrake hill start on it! We got to the famous crocked street, got our first view of Alcatraz, ...
... Breige Walbridge, our group leader and instructor, welcomed everyone to the program. She thoroughly covered emergency procedures, dangerous plants (poison oak) and animals (mountain lions). While the mountain lions have not been seen on property or near the property, they do live in the Redwoods. Breige covered the LMB’s efforts to recycle and conserve and asked that everyone does the same.
Our group ...