Residence Inn Pleasant Hill Concord
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... their pastries. Our van,accommodating 14 passengers, arrived and we were met by our guide who just happened to be the owner of the company. I knew we were in for a great day! Dylan, our guide, who I would guess to be in his early 30s, has lived in SF all his life and has a wonderful knowledge of the city and it's people. We travelled through the different neighborhoods, stopping at interesting places and great photo ...
... Joanne and I both looked real good behind bars. The toilet / sinks in jail looked a lot like our cabin at Pahaska Tepee Cabins. LOL The audio tour told everything about the history, prisoners and the attempted escapes. That was our day.
The fog came in last night and never burned off today so everything was hazy and it was down right cold today. We had ...
... cliffs to the rolling hills. We saw some elephant seals and more dolphins as well. I can't really explain how nice it was, and photos never do justice. But I recommend checking out the photos anyway.
We stopped in a few coastal towns along the way as well, such as Santa Cruz which is a very "college city"
Arriving in San Francisco, the first thing we did was go to the Golden Gate Bridge because we figured that it wouldn't be fogged over in the afternoon. It ...
... because the girls done walking for the day. Coincidental the same couple we stood by was back on the car almost sitting in the same spot with us standing in the same spot.
Once we returned to our place we were slowly preparing for our travel day tomorrow. But we weren't ready to say goodbye to San Francisco so we headed for a short walk down by the piers. There was some sort of car show club happening because there were lots of those lowered cars that ...
... time, just the highway, which was much faster. We drove through the Stanford campus looking for a place to get out and stretch, but seems like Stanford has the same parking issues as the UT-Austin campus. So, we just kept on driving (really Kelly kept on driving). Leland Stanford Junior University was started in 1885, and has 15,887 students. My friend Tim B. went there, as did Tiger Woods (boo) and Nota Begay (the only full-blooded American Indian golfer on ...