Motel 6 Fremont North
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... time I was so tired I could have featured in a Disneyland Halloween Party as one of the walking dead and I could barely stay awake at the table. There were some fireworks at 8:30 which the kids enjoyed. They were the loudest fireworks I have ever heard. It was like they were being fired off with a gun. Each and every time I got startled. We eventually finalised the kids gift shopping and all the shops that people wanted to see were seen and ...
... it was difficult to know where we were going as they have a few campuses over a large area and as we didn't know anyone it wasn't like we could get a tour. We did get to see the T Rex and the google sign. There was a google shop which only seemed to allow staff members in - we really wanted to go in to get a google t shirt but it wasn't meant to be! Possibly missing a trick there Google!
We then headed ...
... Very busy and had to wait 40 minutes for a table. We had a balcony table overlooking Union Square and the food was excellent but about 4 times more expensive than out previous night's meal.
Just managed to finish dinner in time to get to our next show, Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim which was playing just across the other side of Union Square. The theatre called the San Francisco ...
... we proceeded south along the coast at a pretty rapid rate. We were in familiar territory and with the end of the ride in site, we were both eager to make it home… but not before a few detours. South of Pt Arena and the Sea Ranch community there is a great section of road that takes you inland, up and over the hills and down into the small town of Cazadero (just north of the Russian River) and later when we got to ...
... a round of drinks for people at a bar, and I've even paid for a meal for someone sitting next to me at a restaurant. And as fulfilling that might seem to me at that moment, it still doesn't seem to be enough for the the privileged life I'm so fortunate to live.
The one french fry that has been always short of my happy meal has been not giving back to those in need. I've thought about serving on a Board of ...