Motel 6 Pleasanton
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... I lodged his only child for an evening in a Walmart parking lot? I certainly know that he would imagine I felt the price was right. He knows my feelings about "free"well. So, I looked on the Internet and, lo and behold, on their website, it suggested that this was, in fact, true. Who'da thunk it?
Never in my life did I imagine I would be asking Harriet, the snarky 4 foot eleven inch, "Customer Service Manager", (insert bad customer ...
... of these fresh spaces teeming with hipsters and we didn't have a problem finding ourselves in them time and time again. We made a stop in Richmond for some iffy Mexican food and with that, our time in the city had come to an end. We packed up the next day and headed out.
I loved San Francisco and we could have spent so much more time there wandering, eating, and drinking. I know it's the most expensive city in the country to live in at this ...
... for parts with subject material that enhances the design from the room and enhances the desired mood to generate an interior design that moves quickly coming from a part to piece. Only wallpaper half of the wall structure. It can be very expensive to redecorate your surfaces. As a result, just set wallpaper on fifty percent the wall surface to avoid wasting some funds. Place a striking boundary throughout the wallpaper and then fresh paint the other one ...
After I walked back down, I stopped off at a fish & chip shop called Codmother. So far all fish & chips have been crumbed and mostly frozen. This shop had fresh fish and it had beer batter. My host actually recommended it and he was right ... REALLY good.
Because the buses were ...
After the tour we got a late lunch at Fisherman's Wharf. The restaurant was busy and pretty tourist driven (well, we were there). It was OK. Walking around the area we checked out a museum of coin-operated amusements, from mechanical to video. Free (except the coins you want) and interesting.
We decided to go over to Union Square. On foot it looks close but because of the hills we opted for the tram ...