HYATT house Pleasant Hill
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... dinner, and again met everyone in the other lobby for our walk to pier 39 and dinner at bubba gumps. It was a great place to visit, but I will be really conscious of eating out as that meal cost more than the last two days eating!! We did have fancy drinks, Liam got a special cup to take home. We both enjoyed our meals. On the way back to the hotel we stopped in a couple of the shops at the pier. But we were both pretty tired and quickly made our way back to the hotel and to ...
Took the day at a more leisurely pace but still managed to find tons to do. Started with breakfast at a cafe round corner from hotel (revelation: quarter of the price and the kids don't eat a full cooked breakfast anyway!). Then queued for over an hour for the cable car, which wore our patience a little thin, but eventually managed to get on one and rode all the way up to the wharf on the Powell and Hyde line. ...
... going to our next vineyard called the .... Wait for it ..... River Road Wineries . We were hoping to buy a bottle to bring back home. Unfortunately their sales office was closed due to renovation and will not be open until next month. We continued down the road and found a nice little place called Ekimo Vineyard and met a nice man who told us a lot about the region. He gave us a great sample of ...
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... the water flows into the Colorado river. The appearance of large channels indicate the intense rain storms that happen from the warm air from Mexico, and the cooler air from Alaska and Canada. The flash flooding leaves large wedges in the soil that are a constant reminder of how fierce the weather can be in this harsh country. We landed in a designated area to have a picnic lunch and to take the time to realise what a majestic magical place the Grand Canyon is. The walls ...