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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... St, for which I am eternally grateful. We saw enough people puffing their way up the hill and considering how hard it was to walk down the hill, I'm very pleased we managed to view it from the top-down! It is known as the "crookedest street in the world", although I'm pretty sure that could be contested, the Americans claim it. It has 8 sharp turns on 40 degree slope, allowing traffic to descend the steep incline safely. Lots of cars drove down it while we were there. One lady standing up ...
... spasms but all my Enstone men have been on hand to help & they have even carried my handbag which really suited Simon he calls it a man bag - sounds like an epsiode of Friends! We strolled part way over the Golden Gate Bridge & stopped for a well earned milkshake at Mel's Diner. When we got back to the apartment (where we are staying) the owners kindly invited us to their place for some drinks & ...
... The boyfriend was tall with blonde hair and blue eyes. Sara truly has great taste in men.
Sara's boyfriend (I don't know how to spell his name) took us out to lunch on the Google campus. Google was hosting a lunch for high school students who took part in its visual arts contest. Some of the artwork were so cool and some will be use on the Google site. The lunch was so healthy with the veggie and meat. I was so happy to eat something healthy after ...
... was that it was a sign saying the tower was closed for some reason, but I walked up to confirm and saw that it said that the tower was open from 10 to 4, and the admission fee to the observation deck was $2.00. Just as Grant and I decided we would take up the offer, Anne and Aiya walked up to the door as well. The four of us went in together.
The acoustics in the tower lobby were fantastic, and Aiya took advantage of it with some very good whistling. ...
... the press box, the visitor's dugout, home plate (you can't go onto the grass, though!), and the indoor batter's cage, the luxury suites were incredible. Pity that the concession stands were closed. The ...