Days Hotel Oakland Airport
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I asked him if he had enough fire power with him or was he getting ready for world war 3 and he was very surprised that our police do not carry fire arms. Once we had decided which route to take it meant turning right and we were 5 lanes on the wrong side of the road so he said he would block the traffic for us so we could get across safely.
The traffic was mental ...
Today we said goodbye to Trex. For over 4600 miles she put up with us. We only nearly died once. We only drove the side into a hedge once. We killed approximately 3.85 million bugs We filled up with gas a ridiculous number of times. We fixed the windscreen wiper 8 times, twice in the rain. We fixed the sat nav a crazy number of times. We learned to love that van. ••• This morning we woke up early - God it was lovely to get ...
... 160;He had just walked straight out in front of a fast moving vehicle because he was looking the wrong way. It takes a lot of concentration to work out which side of the road the buses will travel. It was interesting to observe the efficiency and cleanliness of the city of Oakland. There are hydrogen fuel cell buses (zero emissions), street cleaners (the motorised kind and the people kind), bicycle stands everywhere. Street ...
... visitors to San Francisco take note, the greatest thing about San Francisco is called the City Pass. For $86 a person we could go to Alcatraz, the Academy of Sciences, the Aquarium, and the DeJong Museum of Fine Art. In addition it includes a week of free passage on the Muni and the cable cars (which normally is a $6 extra charge every time ...
... area which is in stark contrast to the city streets where every inch of space is used for shops, hotels or housing. It is also rare to see some grass and trees. We then headed up to the crookedest street, Lombard st. It certainly lives up to its name and the short walk down it was a challenge for some. From here we checked out the Italian area of town followed by Chinatown before heading Downtown. We meandered through some of the ...