Renaissance ClubSport Walnut Creek Hotel
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... Which was awesome because as we were driving in from Oakland to SF, they recognized the Bay Bridge that crosses into SF from Oakland, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Coit Building, the Trans America Building, and the cranes at the docks.) We had a bit of a bumpy plane ride in the beginning because we were either going over or around the remnants of Hurricane Bill. We all traveled great and had a car deliver ...
... and South Twin Peaks are about 660 feet apart and form a divide for the summer coastal fog pushed in from the Pacific Ocean. Each peak has its own name: Eureka Peak/North Peak and Noe Peak/South Peak, then 70 feet below the Eureka/North Peak is the vista point known as 'Christmas Tree Point' that has views of San Francisco and San Francisco Bay. That is the peak we climbed up and from there we could see the bridge in the distance riding out of the fog.
Once again, ...
... to Golden Gate Park. We paid cash to save starting a day pass; four dollars fed into the machine by the driver and a fifteen minute, bag and strap clutching ride. Into our new room at 4.00. Cold wind out, and coolish inside so we fiddled with the thermostat. Sunny today, but 62F whatever that is these days, I've now forgotten it's value in warmth and it's conversion into centigrade. We're in a first floor back bedroom in an Edwardian street house in an area that was spared ...
... BART station, avoid any drive-bys (Oakland is hip but still has an edge to it) and we would be in Walnut Creek in thirty mins. A little unplanned detour increased the chances of the drive-by but despite some elevator issues, we made it onto the train without too much fuss. A short cycle in the dark on the other side and we had arrived at Martin and Rachel's. The first phase had officially come to an end and two weeks of relaxing and non-biking lay ...
... time to try and discern ingredients so we can recreate some of it when we get home. Delicious. We then hit the beautiful parks of the city, including the Alamo which overlooks the most famous of the historic Painted Ladies homes. Interestingly the 1906 earthquake, an 8 on the richter scale and another popular timestamp, destroyed 75% of the city to the west of the man made firebreak. No wooden structures survived, so most of the Victorian architecture was lost. ...