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Fremont and Union City Bonding

This weekend, I, along with my whole family, went to two cities in southern Alameda County, Union City and Fremont. We attended Mass at St. Anne’s, which I found to be full of mass goers, especially filled with Filipinos, for a noontime Mass that lasted about 90 minutes, way longer than I expected for a service due to longer songs being performed.
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St. Anne Catholic Church. Don’t be fooled by its modest size.

After a long service, in which I stood for most of it, Sweet Tomatoes was our next destination, and as usual, I got a plateful of salad. The lines, though, were long that our wait time was about 15 minutes from one end of the salad bar to the cashier!
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Very creative marketing for my favorite salad buffet restaurant

After a hefty lunch, we drove through the Niles District in Fremont, in which my uncle and I brought my parents to for the first time, then we went to Union City to grab some groceries, including a box full of mangoes in the process.
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Niles Road, Niles District (Fremont)

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Seafood City, the Asian grocery I go to. (Union City)

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A box full of mangoes from Mexico

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A suburban avenue, Fremont

After, we toured along Alvarado Boulevard that turns into Hesperian Boulevard in Hayward, where we went through the Hayward Airport, and we finally went home.
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Downtown Oakland

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Oracle Arena, Oakland

And here’s the good news: with the mobile version of Weebly now available, I can post more updates more frequently. Plus I can add even more photos and notes about my commute, including the upcoming 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. I find it fun and easy to use Weebly Mobile; I hope it will have an iPad version of it soon though, as well as added features including HTML formatting and making a photo album similar to how I do it on regular Weebly that will allow me to build my website even further and make my posts better. Plus with expanded coverage, you will even get to see updated commute information as it happens using video and photos so that you can see how transit and highways are developing around the Bay Area. With the new Weebly Mobile, site updates become more frequent while I maintain my high quality of posts, and you’ll get to know me the best way: on the go.

As my first video for the daily updates, here’s a southbound view of the new Presidio Parkway that I really like with a tunnel instead of a viaduct, and I really like the wider roadway that makes the highway better looking.

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