Oakwood at the Courtyards

Address: 1465 65th St, Emeryville, California, 94608-1062, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1465 65th St, Emeryville, is near Emeryville Marina, Aquatic Park, Eastshore State Park, and Berkeley Iron Works.
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Travel Blogs from Emeryville

Goodbye, camera and west coast!

A travel blog entry by saxana on Jun 13, 2015

The last day is here and it´s a short one.
I finally realized my camera was gone and spent the whole time before going to the airport calling Sizzler´s and then driving there to see it they found it last night. Guess what. They didn´t. So I lost that together with the awesome pictures from yesterday. Such a wonderful start to my ...


A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 12, 2015

72 photos

... be able to get on a ferry and not lose out on any money. Luckily for us we just went on stand by with a few other people that it also happened too. It was a waiting game until everyone else had got on the ferry and then to see if we could squeeze on and luck was on our side as we could. Relief hit me and Colm couldn't kill me for mixing it up although he was grinning like a cherish cat as I had made a mistake. Well dear I am only human and even though it doesn't happen often to me, ...

San Francisco Day 1: Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Feb 16, 2015

27 photos

... listed as a 'must do'. We couldn't agree more; the tour was a self-guided/paced audio tour narrated by previous guards with commentary from previous inmates as well. It was absolutely fantastic - amazing, and also quite eery to think what had gone on here so many years previous. In the time that Alcatraz existed as a penitentiary, only 3 men successfully escaped. They used spoons and utensils to dig out the vents in their rooms & climb in through the utility shaft, up to ...

San Francisco days 15-17

A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 13, 2014

23 photos

... hit the thick cables you can feel the bridge vibrate under your feet. A lighthouse and another fort across the bridge. After driving along the bridge we decided to gamble and choose a random attraction in the gps that was near by. Ended up in a national park information office. The very keen naturalist directed us to a lighthouse and a military fort. Andrew was quite devastated when he saw a sign saying there was a missile test site there and it was closed to visitors. I'm honestly ...

Are you going to San Francisco?

A travel blog entry by jb-hania on Sep 08, 2014

2 comments, 29 photos

... 380;y uiścić wcześniej w specjalnych kasach o kórych my nie wiedzieliśmy). Gdy znaleźliśmy sie na moście bez możliwości zawrócenia, przed nami pojawił się wielki migoczący znak: 'Przejazd bez biletu to $480 kary'. Zaczęliśmy panikować nieco kłócąc się przy okazji 'To ty wybrałeś/wybrałaś tą drogę' i myśląc z czego ...