Motel 6 Walnut Creek
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bit tacky. It's got that Brighton Pier feel to it. And with seaside tourist tat comes seagulls but these aren't any ordinary seagulls, they are the biggest and brashest gulls you'll ever come across. So when you're cycling along and there is a grey winged beast up ahead, don't expect it to fly away in distress. They own the road and they ain't movin' for nobody. One bird nearly took us both out by refusing to budge from our path - that would ...
... point of SF which means we'll have calf muscles like Greek gods by the end of the week. The accommodation, once you make it, is the nicest place we've stayed so far. We've nestled in for the night with pizza, Napa wine, cheese and crackers. Hopefully tomorrow's post will be a little more interesting with our tour of SF and Alcatraz to look forward ...
Today we spent the morning at Alcatraz. What an interesting place that was. Great views but all the cells faced inward, what a waste of prime real estate. Certainly no luxuries for the prisoners here with 20 men all sharing a row of open showers. The rooms were not even big enough to swing a cat and I guess you would call their furnishing style 'minimalist'. The cells were only 9 x 7 ft. Alcatraz ...
... in mist blowing a gale and FREEZING cold. No sooner had we crossed than we drove through the viewing car park (which was packed) and back across again.
The second last stop on the tour was Pier 39 (there are a string of odd numbed piers around Fisherman's Wharf - some for fishermen, some for ferries and some like Pier 39 with shops and restaurants.) Catherine had told us at Sebastian's that a must do experience in San Fran was wandering ...
... Wharf and was built in the 1800's. Twelve of us caught the bus and drove to Lombard St.......the most crooked street around. Some call it the zig zag road. It has 8 switchbacks and they were put in around the 1940's for safety. We walked down it......very steep. Back to Pier 39 to pick up the rest of the ladies and continue our tour through San Francisco. Some of the ...