Gallivanting at Downtown Berkeley, California

It took me forever to start this post. I already want to sleep because I am on a 6-day shift starting today, but there is a group in Facebook where I always love reading the posts of the members who love traveling. Wanderlust is actually calling me but I cannot travel at the moment. I can’t wait for the next travels to commence next month.

Berkeley is a city on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. It is named after the eighteenth-century bishop and philosopher George Berkeley. It borders the cities of Oakland and Emeryville to the south and the city of Albany and unincorporated community of Kensington to the north.

Before, I hit the sack, I wanted to share this image taken during that gallivanting in Berkeley, California. It was a fun day with my sister during that short trip. Thanks to my sister’s sister-in-law who hosted us during that travel in California. We stayed in her house in Hercules, near San Francisco that time.

That day, we decided to go with our host’s workplace in Oakland. After droppings us somewhere in the city, we decided to go around a bit. I never knew before that some parts of Oakland  are  really dangerous and so thankful that we made it safe back to our host’s home.

After that quick sightseeing in Oakland, we decided to go to Berkeley. We took the BART train to go there. One of my wish came true after visiting the University of Berkeley. After that, I and my sister decided to go walking at the downtown of Berkeley. It was so far a nice day. Again and again, I am really thankful to our good host.


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