Holiday Inn Express Oakland Airport
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... stand and hotdog stand. No sea lions in the famous spot but we did see a few salmon catches off a fishing boat. Took the boys to the hotel's outdoor pool then back to the room for a bath and early bed. Was woken up by loud people outside (we were on the ground floor) during ...
... hill. The street was first designed in the early 1900s as architects and engineers tried to figure out how to get a car up such a steep incline so they decided to use a set of switchbacks. Nowadays the street is more of a tourist attraction and you can still drive down it (or walk up and down it) (were not sure how the minivan would have faired with such sharp turns so we didn’t try). You’ll notice that Kamal is not in the picture to the ...
... we were in California where bikers ride like bikers and filter through the traffic so I felt quite at home even though the bike is as wide as a bus with the panniers. We tried to stop at pier 39 to get a look at the bridge before we went over it but it was so busy and there was nowhere to stop let alone park. We eventually got to the GGB I thought it should be called the ...
... are cleverly positioned to be at drivers' eye level. We caught second breakfast at Tierra Mia, a very upmarket place for an uptown location! And yes, I had that Billy Joel song stuck in my head since we got off the shuttle Uptown. I was fascinated by the "artisanal coffee" process. I can't say that I fully appreciated the show of skill and elaborate pouring of boiled water (at exactly the precise volume and temperature) in a ...
... involves getting tipsy and staying up past midnight just spitballing about life on board and such not. I had a conversation about wanting to commemorate a tattoo to this adventure and made a point of saying I didn’t want an anchor, a compass or a boat tattoo (already got one of those), instead the idea was suggested to use navigational flags, which is really like the idea of. If anybody knows any guest artists working in Sydney on the ...