[Nfbc-info] Things To Do In Oakland

Kyle Garcia kgarcia2432 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 04:29:22 UTC 2019

Hi Anita,

There are plenty of blind people in Oakland and the Bay Area in general. I
am in San Jose.On the topic of blind people in the Oakland area, if you
would like to meet some others I'd suggest attending a local NFB meeting
with the San Francisco chapter. Now as for your upcoming visit from an out
of state friend, some ideas you could do are:

-Take a walk around Lake Merritt
-Take BART over to SF and walk along the Embarcadero
-Find somewhere to have lunch in downtown Oakland, Jack London Square,
Alameda, or wherever around the city you want
-Walk around the UC Berkeley campus
-The Oakland Museum of California ($16 per person admission)
-Oakland Zoo ($24 per person)

Hopefully you find something fun to do and have a good time.

Kyle Garcia
San Jose Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of California

On Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 1:41 PM Anita Ogletree via NFBC-Info <
nfbc-info at nfbnet.org> wrote:

> Hi all.
> I am looking for some ideas and suggestions for fun things for blind folks
> to do that doesn’t cost a lot of money. Places that can be reached using
> Paratransit or Lyft. I don’t know of any blind people who live in Oakland.
> If anyone has any thoughts, please let me know.
> I have a friend flying in from Ohio next week and I want to plan something
> fun for his visit.
> Thank you,Anita
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