Residence Inn Fremont Silicon Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... has occurred. Even the cross-walks are rainbow colours, albeit somewhat faded (the pic included on this entry is downloaded to highlight more vibrant colouring). I visited "Harvey's" (a bar - after Harvey Milk - gay activist of the 1970s) and the GLBT History Museum, which depicted the challenges and good times throughout The Castro's (and wider USA) history. Having never experienced the challenges and struggles of ...
... conveyed to us. This was represented by every second store being a merchandise/gift shop. Of course Carol stopped me from buying all sorts of 'I love San Francisco' shirts, but she couldn't keep me from the food!
Before hitting up Fisherman's Wharf, we went to the most famous restaurant in North California, Mama's. The line up was far out the door, serving an amazing breakfast menu, although the owner informed us that "that line ...
... it worked!
We were upgraded not once just one category, but 4 categories! Now our cabin is in Category MB, which will put us closer to the middle of the ship on Dolphin deck. The mini-suite size and amenities are exactly identical to ME but we are grateful that we'll be closer to the elevators.
We are really look forward to our trip in ...
... all in one go. Nick and Caroline joined me, Gavin, Tony, Paul and Bob to feast on their wonderful fare. Pictures were taken with Cathy before moving onto Carson City. On the way we lost Paul, the Dutchman (think he stopped to remove some clothing layers as it was getting well warm. Just out of the City, I got separated from Bob and Tony, so did the last part of todays ride ...
... not a big deal as she has ridden lots of things. She can be so understanding at times.
We pile back into the truckster and head towards our final stop of the day... Lombard street. I decide that it makes more sense to drive past the street as opposed to attempt to drive down it, and as we get close to it, we realize that was a good call. There are literally hundreds of people at the bottom of the street and walking on the hill. It is ...