HYATT house San Ramon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... over 2-3 miles away . We were abut to give up when we decided to wait in a parking lot for a spot to open up. We finally got one and walked into the park. It was gorgeous as you can see from the photos the redwoods are enormous. Eager for a hike Maureen and I made our way up to the Venus Meadow, 2.5 miles straight up a hill, it was quite a climb and was worth it. We spent over 3 hours inside ...
... used, and damages that were caused by the riots and the escapes of Alcatraz. I was trying to just close my eyes and rewind 60 odd years ago and imagine this place as an actual prison, imagine the metal bars on the doors slamming shut at night, imagine the fear of the guards and other prisoners during the riots. It’s like something off a movie.
After the 45-minute comprehensive tour we came out into the gift shop and there was an elderly man sitting down at a desk, signing ...
... conservation of sea birds and we talked a lot about the work she is doing and how she is originally from Chichester. You would have enjoyed talking to her Becca T!
So that brings me back in a circle to checking out, driving to the airport to drop off the car (seeing somewhere called Cow Palace on the way. HA! Cow Palace indeed) and finding myself, like a pack mule, in a Starbucks in central San Francisco. Now I just need to find my next ...
... into the creek. It's about 4+ meters high. Besides Y we all jumped. Some of us took a little longer to gather the courage. Emunah was the champion jumping in right away. Girl power!
The water was freezing cold but it was clear and beautiful. A wonderful way to end our time in Yosemite.
The drive to San Francisco was very long. We drove through California farm country for over an hour and then onto the ...
... fruit stands and souvenir shops, right next to the harbor. We walked around and enjoyed some fresh fruits and when we got to the waterside we were surprised to see Alcatraz, the prison on the isolated island in the San Francisco Bay. But there was more! Just around the corner there were at least 50 seals and sea lions laying lazy on the pier and enjoying the sun while producing a large amount of decibels. When we had had a good look around we started to get rather ...