BEST WESTERN PLUS Pleasanton Inn
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... laughter.....blessed by my roommate who I trust will no doubt be somewhere in my future. We scurried on down to the docks to board out catamaran, for a trip around Alcatraz and under the Golden Gate Bridge. Isabel and I jumped at the opportunity to help hoist the sales which was fun (but not easy :)), and so we set sail and sipped on beverages and spoke nonsense until the sun had set. The night was just getting started, and the city was alive with costumes and ...
Welcome to my latest adventure exploring this great big world of ours! I must first say that it's been far too long for me since I've left these shores, and it seems that it is only by the chance of the stars aligning that I am heading off today. I had made two attempts to hit Europe earlier this year and neither could pan out given the timing and the costs. Just when I thought 2014 was another stateside year my daughter Stephanie suggested that I accompany her and my mom ...
... super unhealthy for you (they're basically fruit flavoured water with floaty bits), and taste super awesome too! Need to google a recipe so when I get home I can still have them!
We arrived in San Francisco, and the first thing we did was walk the Golden Gate Bridge. It was loud, it was windy, but it was fun because it was the Golden Gate Bridge and it's in the opening scene to the TV show 'Full House' :). It took about 50 minutes for everyone to cross the bridge and meet back ...
... trying to get Gav's hat off to see it. ��.
We then walked all the way home via the crookedest street In Lombard st.
Some of the hills were incredibly steep but we made it.
The crookedest street was actually being patrolled by ...
Every time you enter a shop or store in the US there is someone who will say "Welcome" and will ask you if they can help you. A Dutch store men rarely does that and if he does, hardly any Dutch person actually appreciates this. I like it when Im in the US to always have someone who can help you if you want, but home I sometimes get so annoyed because I just want to get what I want without talking to ...