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... desire for food for ammo. The challenge most competitors are up against is offering sufficiently ammunition even as often trying to stay as agile and lightweight as is feasible. Your answer should be just one more little bit of expert gear - the pod control. Pod harnesses are stretchy straps made up of a few pouches to keep many coffee pods of paintball ammo. Most harnesses physically fit along the midsection or use the thigh to make quick access to extra paintballs for ...
... the long winding road down to Sausalito, a quaint bayside community on the opposite shore to the big city itself. Tired after some 3.5 hours of biking up and down hills and bridges we settled down to a nice lunch in a small quiet fish restaurant next to the marina after which we browsed around Sausalito and hung out in the sun before joining the long queue of tourists (most on bikes) for the ferry back to the city. The queue was so long that we missed the first ...
... nothing much was happening; however we decided to go on in, and it's a full-on shopping mall like Karrinyup or similar ! We had lunch at a Japanese cafe there, and then looked through some very flash upmarket shops. More walking led us to St. Patrick's church. We went in, and John visited all the statues around the pillars and was happy with that. He loves churches. Walking on to Ellis Street and we looked at a couple of places that have ...
Another great sleep in today heading down to breakfast at about 9.30. As we were eating breakfast we noticed some guy pouring packets of sugar all over his already sugary breakfast. All the breakfast foods here are either glazed, frosted, coated, iced or sprinkled in sugar. If you want healthy you can't find it so it's best to stick with toast if your not looking for that zing in the morning. After our breakfast we walked up the road to pick up some food for our ...
... before we located the place to buy Alcatraz Tickets. This done, food was a priority. Seafood is plentiful and fresh and a cute little Italian restaurant turned out to be just the ticket. It wasn't haute cuisine but you'll not taste a fresher lobster bisque or a richer, creamier clam chowder. We visited the museum of old fairground attractions - such delights and amusements as "What the butler saw" and for a quarter you can make some freaky looking marionettes dance and sing "If i ...
Other places to stay in Alameda
1700 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $120
1151 Pacific Marina, Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $91
1628 Webster St., Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $152
1925 Webster Street, Alameda | 1 star hotelfrom $91
400 Park Street, Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $77
2428 Central Ave., Alameda | Hotelfrom $44
1350 Marina Village Parkway, Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $131
1260 S. Loop Rd, Alameda | 2 star hotelfrom $113