Oakwood at Archstone Hacienda

Address: 5650 Owens Drive, Pleasanton, California, 94583, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5650 Owens Drive, Pleasanton, is near Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area, Cavalia, Iron Horse Trail, and Dublin Ranch Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Pleasanton

One flew over the cuckoo's nest

A travel blog entry by olliegami on Dec 04, 2014

... the names of different clothing in another language, can listen to a teacher reel off the answers to questions about History and write words that the teacher put up on the board in the places where there are blank spaces. The system is so messed up, and I don't even know where anyone is supposed to begin. Working in the immediate area just isn't enough. Or maybe it is. If you can lead by example in one place, and others pick up on it. That sort of thing takes ...

It's a Walmart World!

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 05, 2014


... permission to park my RV in her lot. Her only direction to me was, "Be out by 7 am!", as she looked me up and down with contempt and indignance. This was all occurring in the ironically named Pleasanton, California. On the website, I was directed to the list of locations that were "off limits" for this behaviour because it was felt that customer safety could not be reasonably counted on...yikes. Pleasanton, apparently appropriately named for ...

Be sure to wear flowers in your hair

A travel blog entry by mitchellusatour on Oct 01, 2014

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... to different haunts of San Francisco so we could experience all facets of real San Franciscan life. From the corner of Haight and Ashbury to the famous square of Castro, each had its own character, which just added to the splendour and colour of the city.

We ended the tour on a suitably high note, on top of Twin Peaks, the highest point of San Francisco, where the city spread out below us like the sea it merged into. We were on top of the world. We love this city!

San Francisco day 2

A travel blog entry by okeeffe on Aug 22, 2014

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... not good for photos. Luckily there was a photo stop the other side of the bridge and most got out. We stayed and nabbed the rear seats :-) it was foggy and windy up here so we got blown around but much better for photos. We went to Sausalito, an up market seaside town, then snaked back up to the freeway and back over the bridge for the return journey. Got some good photos of the bridge looking backwards out of the back of the bus! Back at the drop ...

Shopping Extravaganza

A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jul 03, 2014

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It seemed strange not to be packing up the car after almost a month on the road. Michael had an early start to get Fiffy (our hire car) back before 7am; before it was towed away to make way for street sweeping. With no pressure of having to get on the road we all went back to bed.

Later in the morning we emerged ready to hit the shops looking for bargains. As we were almost on Union Square we were in the middle of the shopping area. We could not resist ...