Residence Inn San Ramon
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... reading this Wall Street Journal article. While the trek does not summit the 15,780 ft peak (the tallest of the Alps), the trek passes through France, Italy and Switzerland. We'll be taking this route counter-clockwise for 11 days including 1 day of rest for the 4th of July.
TMB is considered one of Europe's classic hiking treks and ...
... everyone reduce there water consumption by 25%. I am guessing our PEI friends would be happy to send them the snow and they would be happy to take it here.
The next two weeks are going to be busy! We are spending 2 days each in Napa Ca, Redding Ca, Eugene Or, Bandon Or, Eureka Ca and Santa Rosa Ca. After that our final week will be in Santa Cruz before heading for home! A couple of rounds at Bandon Dunes are booked which we are really looking forward to!
Cathy & Dave
... Boarded the cable car at the bottom of Hyde Street for the journey back to the hotel, great photo opportunities and some spectacular architecture. Hopped off at Geary Street and walked four blocks, found dinner at Chipolte, our new found Mexican favourite, tasty and relatively cheap. Arrived back at hotel about 18:00, had showers and settled down, nice to have an early night, we are all becoming increasingly tired, generally running out of steam ( and money) ...
... following morning it's a little foggy but this soon burnt off and we boarded the ferry to Alcatraz with thousands of other tourists. We spent the next few hours rambling through prison cells and buildings learning of the islands infamous past and inmates. Very informative. Back on dry land we lunched at Fishermans wharf while watching the sea lions perform in the harbour. ...
... along it in Bullitt. Sadly we were over forty years too late to see that.
Chinatown was enormous and much further than our small scale map of the city had led us to believe. It was probably a great place to eat, but neither of us liked Chinese food. Our holiday fare so far had been the usual combinations of bread and cheese. We ended up in Union Square which is the posh shop part of San Francisco and got a bus back to the hotel.