Residence Inn Pleasanton
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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 ...
... of Sciences Museum, a Japanese Tea Garden, Dutch Windmills and the Victorian Conservatory of Flowers which is a copy of the conservatory at Kew.
Fantastic facts all the way from our entertaining guide;
1. There are more dogs than children in San Francisco and all the parks are full of tramps not children.
2. The city is built on sand dunes and nothing here is natural, everything is man made, ...
... s Golden Gate Bridge day! But before then we check out the crooked street in Lombard St. They are planning on closing this street down for cars soon so there are lots of cars lined up to drive down before they do that. The walk up to the crooked street is up a steep hill. Love San Francisco streets, one minute it's flat, next you're going uphill. At least what goes up must come down. Hinesh isn't too impressed with the crooked street and for photos it is ...
... stronger and stronger and the sound of sea lions shouting at each other was almost deafening. Shortly after the Loma Prieta earthquake hit San Francisco in October 1989, a few sea lions began appearing at the dock. By 1990 they were arriving in droves and completely took over the dock. In November 2009 there were over 1700 of them. Not only do they stink of fish, which is in plentiful supply in the bay, but they make a lot of noise, barking at each other. They ...
... years, and now we are here (and he does not even like garlic!). A cute place, with a very good waiter, and delicious food! I had the Roasted Garlic Potato Onion soup - so good. The roasted garlic in oil that you spread on bread was tasty too. We had our fill, then went to the Top of the Mark for a night cap (and to offend the people there with our garlic breath!) It had a beautiful view of the city at night - perfect way to end our last evening in San Francisco.