Motel 6 Oakland-Embarcadero
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... freshly baked donuts mmmm! Right around the corner there's worlds first Starbucks place, which looks cute if u think away the huge line of people waiting to get their coffee. I don't get it, why wait that long while their coffee is exactly the same as in other Starbucks only probably more expensive..? Anyways, then it was time for a ferry trip to one of the islands to see Seattle from the waterside, again ...
We set off for the drive back to San Francisco and decided to stop of in Petaluma for lunch. We had a lovely meal at Dempsey's by the river in the centre of town. Petaluma has a pretty centre and is well worth a stop off.
The drive back to San Francisco was fairly quick and easy. We came in over the Golden Gate Bridge, a great way to come back into the city. As we approached San ...
... we headed out for more live music which, was located around a 5 minute walk from Cafe West. This was the opening night of a social jazz club called Birdland. This idea is really clever; members pay a years fee which includes a BBQ and free live jazz. The owner also makes birdhouses on the side and members also get one when they sign up. I saw some of the birdhouses inside; they lined shelves and were made from recycled materials. So cool...this made me fall in love with Oakland even ...
Today we hung out with Jonathan, an important member of the Perham family. We had a wonderful time together and a great catch up. Jonathan wanted to show us the best of San Francisco, and this he did! He First drove us along 'The Golden Gate Bridge'. The orange coloured bridge shone in the sunlight, it was an incredible sight to see. To enjoy a closer look we hopped out the car and took a walk across the 1.2 mile bridge. The bridge was in full ...
... was pretty. On either side were tall grass covered hills, but nothing outstandingly beautiful.
Keeping to the 140 all the way to the interstate 5 meany we had a pretty uneventful journey.
Miles and miles of grasslands, followed by enormous farms all laid out on the flat valley floor.
It is an area called the Grasslands and there are extensive orchards growing citrus fruit, almonds, peaches, apples, grapes and ...