Residence Inn Pleasanton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... into a store at 10:30 on a Saturday night. Our biggest thoughts about this were, who shops on a Saturday night? Apparently, huge waves of all sorts of people. With that question answered, and the bottom of my beer cup discovered, one final question occurred to me: are any Walmarts in Cambodia?
(Side note from Jennifer - Before settling down for the night, we did take the kids to see the movie, The Boxtrolls, which we all thoroughly ...
... be exact). And I think that is a really good thing – to be away from the comforts of home. To be put into a situation where it’s not the norm. To meet people we have never met. To get out and experience our next adventure.
Folks kept asking us – 'So, wait a minute. Your house burned down, you just finished construction after two years, and the first thing you want to do is ...
... Tom and Sam and do some exploring without the bikes. It felt so good to not have to cycle! Once reunited with Tom and Sam, we checked out the falls which from the US side you can't really see much. We decided to take the Maid of the Mist boat ride. It was really fun and good to see them up close! George and I decided to check our the Canada side which is just a short walk across the bridge. From the bridge we saw ...
... then on the right, another set started (those were mostly blocked by a building), more central likely Fisherman's Wharf.
It was a cool show. There was a layer of fog in the sky so we were able to mostly see the low-lying ones and not the higher ones. The higher ones lit up the fog cloud in nice colors though. We conceded that it was a good view.
Afterwards, back down to finish the game. I think T may have won...
... nothing much was happening; however we decided to go on in, and it's a full-on shopping mall like Karrinyup or similar ! We had lunch at a Japanese cafe there, and then looked through some very flash upmarket shops. More walking led us to St. Patrick's church. We went in, and John visited all the statues around the pillars and was happy with that. He loves churches. Walking on to Ellis Street and we looked at a couple of places that have ...