Holiday Inn Express Oakland Airport
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... morning I made my way to the airport where I would fly to Austin, Texas. San Francisco is a really great city. Luckily it was summer so the weather was around mid 20's. Like San Diego, it has a big city centre with tall buildings, a long bay front, huge bridges connecting it to the north and east and steep residential hills extremely close to the heart of the city which you wouldn't normally see. Really enjoyed my time here and would recommend people to visit for ...
... sponsors e.g. BNZ. @KLP control of web, social media, events, press,day to day running of KLP. Values - give, help each other. NZTE funds the building and can help with funding for the start ups but raising own funds primarily. NZTE (John Holt) by application. Innovation is creating opportunities and being open for opportunities. ID the opportunity of something that needs to be done or produced and the support to ...
... I thought was very good but definitely not as original as Chaya's. The only reason they won was because they brought more friends with them. We felt pretty cheated but, we ate and drank the beautiful, reduced wine from the vineyard and indulged in some awesome potato salad and corn bread (if you have never had this, you should absolutely try it! Sweet with a cake texture, it is something that I would not have thought accompanied a savoury dish but it totally works). I was slightly ...
... San Fran and were actually quite excited about dropping the van off as I think we were both ready for a change of pace. I think Yosemite was my favourite of the national parks because the scenery is the best. It really is. I think I still rate Rocky Mountains for the hikes but with Yosemite, there is more to do, the areas of the park are more varied and it has, to reiterate, a really good atmosphere which is just slightly more relaxed than the other parks. Yellowstone has the ...
... cranky and tired, we jetted from there. We swung by the food court at the mall to pick up some Hot Dogs on Sticks to take back to Daddy for lunch.
After lunch C just keeled over on the bed and went to sleep, even with her brother raising a ruckus in the room. Daddy graciously took D out and they played at a fountain/splash pad in the mall area while C got a rest.
While we had been out, T had been able to make a same-day ...