Americas Best Value Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a good idea to ask a random street cleaner where to get a drink and he pointed us in the direction of a very questionable looking bar... which we didn't end up having a drink in. We wandered for a little bit until we happened upon a quiet little bar playing some good music and went in there. We got chatting to the bar tenders Steven and Tony who were very friendly and we had a great time.
The next morning after breakfast we went for a meander around San Fran, with the view ...
... it all down together. It was an interesting experience, but not one that I would particularly relish having again - it was like a novel liquor chocolate, which I have never been a huge fan if!
The aim of the day was to learn more about the different grapes used in the Californian wines, to be able to pick out the more subtle notes and flavours of the wines and to have a few drinks, try new things and be a little bit merrier by the end of the trip than at the ...
... moment (over 6 miles), before returning the car at the airport. The great transit system (known as the BART) got us to within a mile of the hotel and an ancient (James Taylor soundalike) taxi driver got us the rest of the way. Total travel time for about 240 miles - 11 hours.
A meal & a bottle later and off to bed....happy Monday all you Brits.
Landed at the Oakland Airport with a big Thump! The pilot did make a joke about it and did forgive him because the rest of the flight was fairly smooth except for the brief period when I got up to go to the restroom and of course, bumpy, bumpy but then smoothed on out!
Landed and all our luggage was with us and called Paul and he came to get us. Took us back to their place for some of his wonderful home made pizza and wine. Kjersten had read her ...
... this point. When we checked in at the kiosk about 2.5 hours early I was allocated a seat but Mark wasn't. We also had to unexpectedly pay to check in a second bag ($50). When we checked our bags in we were told we were have to talk to the agent at the gate. The issue was that they had overbooked the plane, so Mark had no seat. We weren't the only ones. Apparently it's standard practice so someone would have to voluntarily give ...