Marina Bay Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they don't even have any poppy seed muffins... Other cruises I've been on had poppy seed muffins every other morning..." LOL. Well then life isn't worth living, is it? We had dinner in the dining room this evening. I had the sea food salad, lobster tail (strangely, with mashed potatoes) and baked Alaska for dessert. Doune had creamed wild mushrooms as appetizers, lobster tail and white chocolate mousse for dessert. We then headed to the theatre to watch a game of Love ...
... we wandered around for a while, before eating hot BBQ beef and pork sandwiches while sitting on a bench overlooking a wharf and the bay. There were scores of stands selling farm produce and hot food, inside a big wharf shed and out on the dock. Next we hopped on another tram down to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 were we spent an hour wandering the pier with all it's shops and restaurants. At one side of it there were around a hundred sea lions ...
... San Francisco to San Diego and then double-back to San Francisco! SW Airlines do not allocated seats but instead allocate a 'Line Up' Letter (A, B or C) and a Number (1-60) on their Boarding Pass. People are called to line up by their Letter/Number to board the plan and choose a seat. This system works quite well until all the window and aisle seats are taken and then it slows down when people decided who they want to sit in between! But ...
... tour which took us up to the prison entrance. From here, the self-guided audio tour took over. The audio tour was good and after some initial family synchronisation issues we got things rolling smoothly. We all found the prison very interesting, especially the escape cells. Being a warm, sunny day it was a very pleasant place to be when outside, with great views across the bay. After the tour we returned to the wharf to have a snack because ...
... bought the “adult themed” fortune cookies. They were quite racy indeed, with fortunes that I wish I’d saved and brought with me. Unfortunately, these hilarious treasures are sitting back in Quentin’s kitchen. From Chinatown, we walked to 21st Amendment Brewery and enjoyed a happy hour beer. The brewery was pretty cool and modern, and located in the business district. We headed back to San Pablo for the evening on the BART, which we ...