Sheraton Sonoma County - Petaluma
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... immigrants arrived in San Francisco in 1848, and today's Chinatown began taking shape in the 1880s as a safe haven for Chinese workers and their families. The Japanese Tea Garden was originally built as a Japanese village for the 1894 California International Exposition -- its elegantly landscaped walkways and footbridges are absolutely beautiful. Lombard Street, the "crookedest street in the world", has a 40-degree slope in a series of eight sharp ...
... lows in the mid-50's, and partly cloudy/partly sunny with morning fog. I'm still thinking about all the traffic and the lack of parking spaces -- and it will be MUCH, MUCH worse starting tomorrow. The first two games of the NBA Finals are in Oakland (go Cleveland Cavaliers!), Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is in San Francisco for a week, and there's a huge Alcatraz Triathlon this weekend downtown. It makes you not want to go anywhere -- oh well . . . . ...
... a couple of blocks to the local trader joes and grabbed some Lebanese bread, falafels homus and tabouli. Our room had no kitchen facilities so we made do with plastic forks and spoons and made a satisfying dinner for the 3 of us. Just as we were finishing Kobi woke up and decided he was now hungry. I think he managed to scam a small piece of what was left, and soon after we were all sleeping, still a bit messed up with the time ...
... car and walked home. For my friends who live here and those of you who have visited SF, you know that that is no small feat walking up to Nob Hill. These hills really are mind boggling! We are learning a lot as we go along on our adventure, and this week has reminded us that we cannot do too many things in one day. We have done one thing every day and we feel spent by the end of the day. Sometimes we all need some down time. The kids have been awesome for most of the time. ...
... impressive bridge - not that I am a bridge expert!
After getting to the carpark on the other side we headed into Marin County and to Tiburon a small village ( not sure what Americans call small places). Tiburon is not crowded with tourists so it was great to walk around and look at the real estate before we dined at a Mexican Restaurant for a late lunch. Rose, (Myra's flatmate) was ...