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Travel Blogs from Pleasanton
San Francisco to Pleasanton felt like a 70km speedway trip with 6 lanes each way! A built environment favouring the car.
Dropped in to catch up with Gordon & Linley Payne. Gordon enjoying his time with Cisco, kid's doing well, house going through a technology upgrade. Enjoyable dinner but all too short a visit.
Today we headed to the Embarcadero to the huge Farmers Market they have there every Saturday. It was so busy and people were actually being pretty rude so we had a quick walk around, an early lunch and left. We headed down toward the Bay Bridge then walked back up to the Exploratorium which is a really cool hands on museum for kids, with all different sorts of science experiments for them to play with and experience. We were all having a great time until we lost Nic, ...
... this time and so friendly. They said we may have had the wrong
impression of French people and that they weren’t all like the Parisians who
apparently can be impatient with tourists.
A late lunch at The Codmother, a place recommended by our tour leaders,
was followed by a tour of some of the old ships in the marina. Fascinating.
And only $5 which was good for a week.
Dinner at a lovely little restaurant a few blocks away and ...
... train then peeled away towards the horizon... miles of unspoilt white sand beaches beneath plunging steep cliffs. When the train occasionally passed under roads, you could clearly see temporary and permanent encampments ofpeople living outdoors under concrete struts in those forgotten spaces neither urban or country... After San Louis Obispo we very slowly climbed the incline of Horseshoe Canyon and on one of the concrete supports amid the ...
... 5 levels, it wasn't vastly different to the malls back home except different shops obviously. There were some big name brands here like Zara, Champs, Tiffany's, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Hugo Boss, etc. The thing that surprised me though was that things were, by and large, pretty expensive. Even the shoes, which you expect to be significantly cheaper here, were on par with NZ prices by the time you add tax and take the exchange ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center