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 stairs and we tootled down to Pier 33 where the Alcatraz ferry departs.
We did the audio tour through the main cell blocks, dining hall, officers area, wardens office and exercise yard. It was really cool to hear all the stories, soak up the atmosphere and imagine you were there. We heard a story from a lady ranger about mini-riots who was a right old Jackanory with us all sat comfortably. I never knew about the native ...
... idea, but the original bridge is being dismantled and they have built a new one up until the first island, then it rejoins the original bridge for the second section that drops you straight into the city. This is where the Sat Nav really earned it's keep as one wrong turn at the first junction we hit, would have taken us into the Tenderloin District, which is pretty rough! Fortunately Homer knew his stuff and took us to ...
... only to find that it's booked up until August - grrr - it never occurred to me that this would happen! The thing to do is obviously to book online before your visit if it's in peak holiday season. So with no Alcatraz trip on the cards for the day, we decided to cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge, first walking for about an hour through the streets and districts of San Francisco - we took in China Town, the Italian district, saw the crooked street, visited Coit Tower, an ...
We started off the day with a late lunch at Thai Noodle House on Park St. I had sautéed tofu and vegetable with Thai basil and brown rice and a Thai iced coffee. The food was good but I don't think it was great enough to be called the best in town, which was what led us to it.
After lunch, my parents needed to buy a suitcase so I sat outside and waited in the sun, taking in the fresh air while reading my new book - ...