Days Inn Concord
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... before going to bed. By 6 AM we were ready to go but the rain did not cooperate so we decided to hang out. Gwynn joined Jeff in a private yoga session while Susanne took me on a soggy tour of the environs. Later in the day we met with our good friend Karen Eliot for coffee and caught her up on the wedding details.
We're now in the lounge at SFO awating our flight to Hong Kong. Sorry for the boring entry but the excitement won't start until we get to HK.
... otherwise have seen. These three were returning from Germany and had been travelling for nearly 24 hours. One was an 87 year old man and he was very tired. I was afraid he would fall asleep and not be able to direct the driver to his home. The other two were from Australia who were finishing up a month long trip to the US. After a 75 minute tour we arrived at our home for the next four nights the Wyndham ...
... Joanne and I both looked real good behind bars. The toilet / sinks in jail looked a lot like our cabin at Pahaska Tepee Cabins. LOL The audio tour told everything about the history, prisoners and the attempted escapes. That was our day.
The fog came in last night and never burned off today so everything was hazy and it was down right cold today. We had ...
... and work, I was unable to see my youngest sister and my niece. Also, due to limited timing I wasn't able to get to My in-laws either, though I would have loved to visit with them as well. All in all, not nearly enough time for a full visit, but enough time to see some.
I arrived back in San Francisco last night and was on a bus at 8am this morning. We arrived at the Concord pavilion at about 8:45am and began our normal setup. The difference between today ...
... Anarchist Circle with public meetings which for five years were better attended than those of all the Socialist and Communist groups put together. From the circle came a large percentage of cultured activities in San Francisco which still broadcast good vibrations to people like Deanne on this her first visit to the windy, fog town. It is this sympathetic broadcast that the Beats tuned into around the early 50s; the same frequency the Hippies ran away with in the LSD infused ...