Walnut Creek Marriott
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
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... 800 miles, it was a beautiful sight. With the mandatory photos captured, we crossed the bridge taking lots more photos on the way. And then a few hundred more on the other side. In the late afternoon sun, the bridge was looking its radiant best and the much talked about San Francisco fog was no where to be seen. We continued along the beachfront towards Fisherman's Wharf where we would catch the ferry to Oakland. The Wharf is very touristy and ...
... across from that we saw a heap of sea lions chilling on some wooden platforms. I remember seeing something about this on TV. There was a whole sea lion center there and it was their permanent home. We wondered round to Pier 39 to get a better view of the gorgeous creatures. There was at least a hundred of them bundled together and loads more swimming and jumping onto the boat platforms, causing havoc!
We went upstairs to the sea lion center and appeared to walk into ...
... across heathrow was not. No bag left london. The said bags failure to arrive was promptly announced to me before I got off the plane so at least I knew. I was told I would be met at bag section and helped. Sadly no one meet me, no one cared and no one wanted to take responsibility. Unimpressed but unfortunately in a hurry due to waiting over row hours in line at security at Chicago. I thought leaving over four hours ...
... 233;s, bars, and shops much like Akaroa. Stopped for lunch then had a wander and and caught the 4.35pm ferry, with bike, back to SF pier and back to depot. Then stood in line for nearly 2 hours (experience well worth the wait) to ride the famous cable car back downtown then walked back to hotel. Tired bodies and sore butts, but well worth the ...
... in Union Square called the Burrit Tavern ate delicious stake, drank chocolate moose with 10% fat milk and laughed at people ordering espresso at Starbucks.
During dinner, we had the most calming and much needed conversation on personality, team-bulding and life. My sister said something that will stick with me throughout this travel. She said that if you realize that everyone has something going on ...