Residence Inn Pleasant Hill Concord
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... while in the US, was some wooden boat restoration courses, so I started chatting to one of the people working on the boats to find that they were a rowing club that only raced in these old rowing skiffs and that every Tuesday evening a group of volunteers came by to assist in the maintenance and up-keep of the boats.
Well, as it was Tuesday evening. I decided to join them.
... only 5p). We were really hungry before we entered Johny Rocketīs but we could barely finish our burgers. In the United States they always serve unbelievably huge portions and sizes of beverages, resulting in a high percentage of obese people. Some of them canīt even walk, however, instead of losing some weight they prefer to use special carriages.
In order to find the Lombard Street we had to walk up one of many hills that make San Francisco so different from other ...
... guys was watching my expressions and went and got me a taste of a sweet white wine. That was pretty good so I did actually buy a bottle of wine. It was cheap ($22) too so it won't hurt bad if I have to use it as drain cleaner.
We went over the Golden Gate twice today. The first time the city was covered in fog just like every other day we have been here but the second time we got to see the city and the bridge without the ...
... on the seventh floor of Macy's which, despite it's name, has a far more extensive menu than just cheesecake, although there must have been at least 20 of those to choose from! Again, a good choice for gluten free - I had a homemade burger which included a bread bun which is very unusual to find in a restaurant! The only downside was the wait due to the popularity but the quality of the food was worth it. The end of day three ... leaving San Francisco tomorrow, off to ...
... but polite and friendly. They've shown consideration for every aspect of our movement around the city. Strangers offer their seat to those who they deem need it ( I was often the recipient of this much to my embarrassment, because of my damaged foot and also carrying Ellie); cars stop at every corner to allow pedestrians right of way across the streets - have not witnessed one bit of road rage - patience is the norm, and the service provided at every restaurant or shop could give ...