Quality Inn Oakland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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After a relaxing morning, Charlie and I went on a fairly unproductive search for a nearby walk for Maggie-- the closest park (San Antonio, a few blocks away) is closed to dogs. We ended up walking her in the neighborhood, which is fine but there are MANY neighborhood dogs, so she hears a lot of barking. We later left her at the house while we went to pick up a few groceries at Farmer Joe's-- nice but small organic food store. Charlie went to pick ...
... just hoping that it would go ok! We then headed out and requested an uber who drove us to the ferry building marketplace - we wandered down the pier and had a Starbucks and then met our tour guide outside the ferry building - she was nice - Molly - a bit odd, but ok - she walked us around the food market and we tried bread, cheese (Americans don't know what real 'strong' cheese is), French macaroons, cured meat, beef chilli, burnt caramel ...
... a place called Gordo, which was just a shop, restaurant (that was closed) and a lodge on the highway-a cabin there was $150 so we decided to drive another 12 miles to the next tiny town (Lucia) but the room was $195! However, their restaurant was open (albeit expensive) so we ate there and slept in the car. Found out later that the lodge was in fact 'Lucia Lodge' which looks very fancy on the website so no wonder we couldn't afford it!
... conserve cash and into bed by 23:00, another Late night. Must be up early tomorrow and I mean early. We need to have had breakfast and made our way to pier 33 at Fishermans wharf by 09:30 to catch the ferry to the pre-booked cruise and tour of Alcatraz..should be good. Tomorrow is also a very special day for us all......... Good night from the "Rudkin Travelling Forest 2087 Billies" from San ...
... Hop On Hop Off may not be running today or may be limited. They phoned through and we were told to get there ASAP to get our tickets to Alcatraz. We had been planning on taking a tram or cable car but used a taxi instead. One of the hotel staff stood on the road blowing a whistle and waving one down. It cost $9 to go to Fishermans Wharf. On the way we saw the Crookedest street in SF, a Mad Max styled car drive past, and the Blues Brothers style SF Police ...