Walnut Creek Marriott
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
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We're on the first step of our journey to Athens. We made it to the airport on time and security was no problem. But as we were sitting on the tarmack, they announced that someone important was landing so all flights were frozen. Does anyone know who landed? I figured it must be the ...
... ask us for directions! As we hit a dead end a lady called down from her house to help us! She said she’s always seeing people get lost in her street trying to find the tiny walkway into the mountain park. Thanks to her we got onto the trail! We walked the trailhead to the summit which wasn’t too bad a climb most of the way. The last part was much steeper, but we chose to do that than rather walk the steadier but longer route. I think we all felt very accomplished once ...
... who are not liable for damage. A pain. Still, it all helps to keep the real baddies at a greater distance. We found an ATM that today would give us $300. We had brought over a couple of hundred in a money belt for any emergencies anywhere on our journey and to get us started here. Breakfasted on two croissants covered with yoghurt, cinnamon, strawberries and blueberries for Amanda. Not too sweet. I had two eggs over easy, bacon, potato, and a slice of toast. So at 10.30 we ...
... 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 ...
... on the west coast. The first is Disneyland. There are about 300 sea lions who call this pier home and have taken up residence here since the 1989 earthquake, which was a seven on the richter scale and is frequently cited as a timestamp against which people measure things. Before or after the "world series earthquake" - aptly named as it happened during the world series when many locals were home watching their local team, instead of on the roads and bridges, ...