Motel 6 Oakland-Embarcadero
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... see Mr. Holmes - here's a review from Rotten Tomatoes:
<<<One would think that, what with Sherlock Holmes being the fictional character who has appeared in more theatrical films than any other, the well would be dry where coming up with new ways to portray and explore him are concerned.And while Mitch Cullin isn't the only one who has imagined the detective in his later years with his novel "A Slight Trick of the Mind," it could be argued that he ...
... Aug 15-22
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Lake Lugano, Switzerland/Italy - Aug 29-Sep 5
Briancon, France (Alps) – Sept 5-6
St. Paul de Vence, France – Sept 6-13
Grenoble, France – Sept 13-16
TBD: trekking north along the French Alps – Sept 16-21
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... for interesting shots. I was using a 35 mm lens on my little EM10.
Saturday morning we wandered atriums Chinatown. I stood on street corners for a long time waiting for possible shots.
Saturday afternoon and evening found us down near fisherman's wharf area where we photographed tourists, street performers and all sorts of characters for which San ...
... 8217; to be written on it!) It turns out he had seen us before and he didn’t say it but it was pretty obvious that we looked like such travel bums that he thought it couldn’t possibly be us! Ha! He took us to the enterprise garage (he told us what to drink in Vegas!). We picked up the car, drove right out of the garage instead of left (because it said no left turn) so then turned left onto a side road to turn around. The side road was narrow because of ...
... rivals the infamous Washington Generals (the last team to beat the Globetrotters way back in 1971). The post-game saw Trace & I take an Uber down to Jack London Square for drinks and dinner. We dropped anchor at a great little bar called The First & Last Chance Saloon. Opened in 1883, the name refers refers to the first and last chance for sailors to drink alcohol heavily before or after a long voyage; and in keeping with history we did!
Another highlight ...