Rodeway Inn Civic Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Left Sean, Kim and family for the flight down. Had a rented car and found the B & B with some difficulty - in taking off his Sweater Barry called the GM help ....and my first words were ...that was an accident. But they cancelled the call Staying in a Victorian house with a retired english ...
... bay and river conditions. It was built in 1957 and remained an active research tool of the US Army Engineering Corp until 2000. It is the size of two football fields and can assess impacts such as diverting water and dredging navigation tools. Nerdy, but really impressive. (Lyndsie I can hear you teasing me as I type this).
We ended the day trip with a drive to the Muir Woods state park a bit further north. Driving to and around the ...
... so we rode back through the park, past the Bison (!!!) and back into the Haight. I would have liked to have ridden a bit more, and chilled out more in the park, but a hungry stomach is a difficult thing to ignore. We returned the bikes after our two hour sojourn and then discovered a delicious Mediterranean place, where I had the most amazing falafel ever known to man. It was ...
... the 1906 earthquake. In 1936/7 the bridges were built which meant the ferries weren't used much and the building fell into disrepair. The 1998 earthquake did damage, particularly to the road out the front (remember cars hanging over bits of upheaved road – well this was the place). Along with the road repairs it was decided to renovate the building, in keeping with it’s origin and it was reopened in 2003. Today the second floor ...
... a run through its brewery.
The brewery tour proved most excellent with three free pints each at the end. Golden was a cool little town. My old boss in Australia, Cleave, went to school at the Colorado School of Mines here in Golden. Who wouldn’t go to school here? Free brewery tours with free beer, followed by $1.75 pints ...