Motel 6 Pleasanton
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Woke up early as a result of over celebrating once again. 7am and in the RR. As usual the parking valet type man has given us a string of directions on the best way out of Tahoe and onto San Fran. And as per bloody usual we pull up 100 meters down the road - "did he say left here or right?"!!!! Sarah is the designated navigator for the whole of the hol so it's her fault we sit here for the next 10 minutes syncing google maps, RR SatNav and the ...
Well if traffic was like THAT all the time, driving across the city would be so easy! Needless to say, my drive to the Pearson this morning was fantastic! I met my Mom @ the airport and we headed off for a wee holiday to San Francisco.
The flight was not full so we had the middle seat to ourselves for our 5 hour flight. After landing, we headed to baggage claim. My luggage came out after ...
... to the top!!!
I had my first taste of getting back into hostel life while I was in San Fran. I chose to stay at the same hostel I'd stayed in 3 years ago, as I knew what to expect. Clean, en-suite dorms, healthy breakfast of bagels, fruit and coffee included, a comfortable lounge to relax in, or a TV room to catch an evening movie. And good security needed for its downtown location. A good start for the places I will call home over the next 6 ...
... numerous excursions to REI for clothing/camping gear and to Walgreens for medicine. Our backpacks are stuffed to the gills with a range of stuff that we'll need for the unusual cold-to-hot-to-cold-to-hot weather we're going to be in. An abbreviated pack list includes:
300 Pepto Bismal tablets
10 Chapsticks from Costco
48 high protein power bars
5 pairs of underwear per person
2 pairs of pants per person
2 long ...
... at the anniversary of Alcatraz incase the 3 turned up...
The worst part of our time at Alcatraz was sitting on the dock waiting to catch the ferry home. We were inundated with flies. Felt like we were in the outback, they were driving us nuts and we couldn't wait to get back to Pier 33.
Next stop... Pier 39
We had finally made it to the famous aspect of fisherman's wharf. It was interesting walking through the little stores and watching all the tourists. We got to see ...