HYATT house San Ramon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a couple weeks break from), I have only been sneaking in heated flow yoga and Soul Cycle now and then. I did get in a couple practice hikes thanks to Asten and Joanne! Even Sadie helped out by showing me up on the Lyon Street Stairs while I strapped on my backpack filled with liquids from our fridge to weigh it down (yes, I looked really ...
... Mel's Diner. It had a duke box at every table. Just like in Grease! AWESOME. Walked half an hour to Pier 33 to board our boat to Alcatraz. Boarded at 3:50pm (night tour). The boat went all the way around the island (in day light) we then disembarked and walked up the hill to Alcatraz itself. We were given headphones for the audio tour which took us about 2 hours to complete. It was fascinating to hear how criminals lived in the prison and tales of ...
Well as expected everyone slept in just a bit given we didn't get to bed till after midnight and that was after 3:00 am NY time. Anyway up and about found some breakfast and the Tourist Info booth. Purchased a 3 dat transit pass for $100.00. Public transport is great in SF far Jess cabs than NY. Took the cable car up Powell Street past Lombardi street and down to Fishermans wharf. Walked a few ...
... great fun and one of the drivers was a real comedian and involved everyone on the car in his humour and jokes. Saturday morning bright and early we collected a hire car and started our drive south back to LA. First stop was 17 Mile Drive (Home of the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course and home to Clint Eastwood). If he was home he wasn't receiving guests so we went to his restaurant ...
... After the ride we strolled down to Fisherman's Wharf (again). It was not a public holiday today so it was much less crowded, and we were to see one of the area's more unusual attractions, a colony of sea lions on Pier 39. They are odd creatures, but it was great to observe them at close quarters.
We had planned to walk across Golden Gate Bridge this afternoon (honestly!) but as it was windy and we were told that the only way back was on foot, we gave it ...