HYATT house San Ramon
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... chocolate heaven :-) we had a look around here and settled for a sundae. The sundaes were huge, chocolately and delicious!! A wander through fisherman's wharf looking for last souvenirs and a bus to the Coit Tower. Sadly the tower is closed for construction so we didnt get further than the parking lot.
Our last attraction of their day was the painted ladies also known as the postcard row, I believe it is famous or at least well-known. Todd was super unimpressed with ...
... terminal to see if we could change our 8.30 flight to the 6.45 flight. After some fiddling around we managed to get on. We had more stresses over the weight of our bags especially our cabin bags which weren't anywhere near 7kg especially Simons one that was full of CDs! We'd be glad when we got all our **** home.
Picked up by Ross and Kirsty in Napier and back to the metropolis of Waipukurau about 9am. Very strange being home that's for sure.
Even though I ...
... see if we can hail a cab and we have success in more ways than one. Our cabbie is so friendly and is just like a tour guide our whole ride pointing out things and giving us histrionic information, we won't need to do a bus tour now and it was cheaper, thanks so much mr cab driver! We grab some groceries from the local Safeway before jumping on a street car for the short hop back home then we get to experience walking up the hill to home for the first time, uh oh this ...
... early to head down to the pier for our trip to see Alcatraz Island, site of the famous prison and military fort. Having watched The Rock more times than I care to remember, I didn't expect many surprises but the feeling inside is so different from anything a movie can convey. The saying goes "break the rules and you go to prison, break the prison rules and you go to Alcatraz". So many different stories of despair and desperation were apparent from people sent here, both the ...
... at first hand the hills that Bullet blasted through. In the afternoon we took a minibus tour of the town and surrounding area with a Korean couple, a Japanese mother and daughter, a Chinese lady and an elderly American couple. Between them the Americans aged 170 years and had worked all over the world in the American diplomatic service. Our guide Malcolm, was a font of facts and figures, from dates and times, to which number ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool