Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Jordan because of the amazing people we met and starkly stunning typography. Laos because of the humility and gentleness of the Laotians and our experiences with elephants and monks.
Olivia: Olivia was happiest to be home. When she wasn't thinking about how much she hated travel, she had a good time in Bali, Railay, Barcelona, Venice, and Paris. She liked England most, either because it felt most like home or because we were nearing the end of ...
... area (more out of a like of being near water than good planning) and it has worked out well. I'm staying at the Knights Hotel on the corner of Lombard and Ric******* Streets, very close to the Presidio and am happy with the choice (thank you TripAdvisor!). Simple, clean accommodation with a very comfortable Queen bed and good bathroom.
After dragging myself out of bed at 12:30 Monday afternoon, I headed off for a constitutional walk through the Presidio ...
... 66 and the Golden Gate. The reliable thud of Bluebird’s engine below and the wingmen in the rearview; watching our backs and making space in the outer lane when we needed it.
Before we set out a dear friend directed me to “take care of the precious cargo on the back.” I thought this somewhat strange because we really didn’t pack anything expensive! But seriously, whilst most of the bikers ...
... walking and always look over our shoulder when we stopped to cross a road. The big noise was the sirens, loud and echoed between the high rise buildings. Fire trucks, police and ambulance, they went flying by now and again. Michael said it all added to the unique sound of the city. He was right. Even tucked up in bed as we got ready for another night all in the same room, we could here the sirens. Never a dull moment in San ...
... all who passed...tie dyed everything everywhere...music...lots of music.....my Grandmother taught me tolerance and curiosity about all that comes into our paths.. For that I will be forever grateful. On her 90th birthday, I adopted her Maiden name of DeVere to honor her...she couldn't imagine why. :-) I took Joanna by the Berkeley Bowl today...for those of you who have not experienced it...it defies description....I will let Joanna take a shot at ...