Residence Inn Palo Alto Mountain View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... for our final ride to Fisherman's Wharf to finally rid ourselves of the bikes, and enjoy happy hour at one of the many restaurants! A walk up to Ghirardelli Square had us on a chocolate feast which saw us carrying overloaded bags of supplies for the rest of the night in preparation for future emergency use :) Thinking a quick bite to eat before heading home didn't seem like an unreasonable request without floating the national debt, we headed back ...
... along is not missed. Main uses are
- Backing up all photos taken each day. 1 TB drive has gobs of space
- Wifi network extension. Several times, wifi coverage only reached portions of our room. Put the gadget in that spot and now the whole room has coverage. It's antenna seems to pull in weak signals better than the iPad.
- handing off pictures to others via the drive. AirDrop might handle this but not cross platform.
- Listening to music. 1TB holds a lot. ...
Beginning of our road trip Got away around 10 am after picking Kate up, heading south form SF along Coast. Made several stops along the way to look at the fantastic views - Pigeon Point light house; Morning tea at Davenport, Santa Cruz for lunch. Quick stop at Monterey Bay and wharf before heading on to our ...
... went to sample a couple of wines. Including an aptly named Michael and David Syrah! We were happily enjoying these until we realised the next train was due, so we had to neck them both and rush off! It's a cruel life.... On returning back to Jackie's we were told that Paul's daughter had actually won the race!!! Beating all the men in the process! He's one extremely proud ...
Today we once again, took advantage of the trams in San Francisco's trams and used them to navigate from Union Square to the Fisherman's Wharf, to China Town and then back into town again. Fisherman's Wharf was rather touristy, with masses of shops on the side of the street selling fish chowder in bread bowls and other tasty looking seafood delights. There were great views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Harbour. It ...