HYATT house Belmont/Redwood Shores
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... including his life insurance, to get that dream off the ground.
The museum features early drawings of Mickey Mouse, footage of early cartoons and musicians writing soundtracks, and original camera equipment. All the while, there are segments about Walt’s personal life … getting into business with his brother Roy, meeting his wife, raising his children, collecting trains.
There was also a ...
... woken by Chris, so we decided a little walk up a very long hill was needed! We had intended to get the cable car but computer said no so we walked to Lombard Street, wiggliest road in the world. This was a gruelling walk up (that really is an understatement) 5 blocks but we told Frank it was only a couple! The view was amazing. We now had a big hunger on so we started the short walk (well that's what ...
... tomorrow. It was excellent Georgiana. I went there with Bob back in 80"s and enjoyed it then too. They are still selling the crab and shrimp cups on the sidwalk and those crab sandwhiches looked really good. I think the decore is the same as back in the 80's and there was probably 20 years of dust on the decorations. LOL
Tomorrow we head for wine country. We will taste enough for all of you.
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... in Oyster Point and had a pleasant checkin as no queue. We had time fir a refreshing splash in the indoor(but chilly) pool before Myra arrived at 4.30. While we were having a glass of Kim Crawford Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc in the lobby Rachel & Luke arrived.. After they freshened themselves up Myra took us to a Japanese Restaurant, Benihana, where we had a delicious dinner.
Myra dropped us back to the hotel as by then we were ready ...
An early start to catch the 8.45 boat over to Alcatraz, the first boat of the day. We grab a cab and it takes us about 10 minutes from Union Square and was $10.00 We grab a coffee from a nearby cafe and board the boat. It doesn't take long to get to the Island and it's still pretty foggy. We head up the steep paths and into the building. We grab our audio tours, press play and listen to all the stories from the wardens and prisoners. It was very well done. We see the ...