Sheraton Pleasanton Hotel
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... the trees are imported.
3. City Hall is built on giant rollers, so if there is an earthquake it will survive, the rest of the city won't!
4. 17,000 horses were dumped in the bay during the clear up of the great quake in 1906. Never swim in the bay, it could make you sick!
This can't be California, mid summer and it is bloomin freezing! Note to self, bring a jumper, it will save having to buy one in ...
After some quick snaps we head to Fishermans wharf to begin the walk up to Golden Gate. Lots of tourists about as you would expect enjoying the California sun. Difference is here in San Fran the wind blows chilly. As we walk along the wharf we see the Gharidelli chocolate factory (I managed to keep walking). The Bay Area is packed with kite and wind surfers. It's so good to see so many people out and about. Don't know how people are in the water ...
We moved here on May 30th, knowing it was a no-frills RV Park, but best, location-wise, for visiting friends in Livermore, and for making day trips into San Francisco.
We were thrilled when we pulled in to see that the Good Guys Car Show was just starting here at the fairgrounds, with over 2,000 street rods, classics, and chrome-encrusted beauties to see - ...
... all over the floating jetties, basking in the sun. Some had a flipper up as if they were casually waving... and every now and again a wet one would slip out of the water and onto a jetty, landing on top of a whole lot of his dry colleagues, who in turn barked furiously, often bit the newcomer, and made it quite plain they were not amused. There was one enormous fatty, obviously the Big Daddy, and he was stretched out on a jetty tout seul. Whenever any of the ...
Today when I woke up I was excited because I was doing my own thing this morning away from the group. I had organised a food tour of the little Italy region in San Francisco. So once I was ready for the day I headed off to explore on my own and to meet up for my tour. On the way I did stop off and buy myself a birthday present but then was on the mission to get to my meeting spot. I walked through the shopping district and then through china town. I think the biggest thing with ...