Marina Bay Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... their vehicle from a different location. Vegas and San Francisco seem to be very popular pick up and drop off points, hence the generosity.
The freeway system can be quite confusing in the US. Even though they are well marked, one takes a bit of time to get used to the conditions. With no GPS navigation and only Google Maps to rely on we made a wrong turn which resulted us in driving through the entire Vegas strip which we hadn’t planned on doing to save time ...
... from guards and prisoners who served there. Also saw seagulls on steroids - they are huge compared to ours. As in they say "Moine, Moine" and you say OK and walk away slowly... Will have to rewatch the movie The Rock when I get back to see what was filmed on site but definitely recognised some of the areas. Amazing views from the island back to San Francisco - the city from the bay is ...
What a fantastic city. We stayed in Japan Town, ate the most amzing Thai meal (surprising the staff with our 'fluent' Thai language) and we were in America.
First stop was to get poor Jessi's ear sorted, she had a whopping temp a leaky ear and was in so much pain, yet we still draged her round! Thinking back on what we put the kids through, they did so well, so proud of them, of all of us! Even days when one of us were too tired and couldn't ...
... they are slicing the meat off the roast as you order it. Kelly and his dad got carried away with the horseradish, I think this was in honor of Aunt Sally; evidently she was here one time, and thought the horseradish was mayonnaise, and, well, it didn't go well for Aunt Sally's tongue. FIL thought it was hilarious, and even laughed about it again while we were there!
Then we rode to Union Street (not connected to Union Square) and did a bit of shopping in ...
... days later, we again drove over the Bay Bridge, returned to the consulate and easily picked up our passports and visas.
We now drove to the Vietnamese Consulate. Instead of the large and separate Chinese Consulate, that of Vietnam is a small office and waiting room in a building filled with medical offices. There was no Security. We were behind a man, evidently from a visa service (one can avoid going to the consulates by paying a fee of about $100.00 for each visa to a service). ...