A Country Cottage

Address: 5 Dolores Terrace, San Francisco, California, 94110, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Mission District area of San Francisco, is near Mission Dolores, Nob Hill, Women's Building Mural, and Fishbowl.
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    To SFO I go

    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 31, 2015

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    ... a $15 tasting. I was hungry from traveling the day and this place was right on the water overlooking all the docked boats. This was definitely a relaxing place to stop and I was surprised with the size of the "tasters" of wine I was provided for only $15. They might as well have been three full glasses of wine. The cabernet sauvignon was definitely the best, I was tempted to try another but tomorrow was Napa day and I didn't want to spoil the fun. Just down from the wine I headed to ...

    San Francisco Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 29, 2015

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    Note: This is a continuation of previous Blog Post about San Fran that ended with us at the top of Lombard street.
    The next stop for the day was China Town. Almost all cities have some sort of china town and I have seen Boston’s several times before but San Fran’s is supposed to be one of the biggest around. The first part of china town that we came to was the local chinese street market which, if you have never been to a ...

    Charmed

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 12, 2015

    72 photos

    ... attraction. It was built by eleven military prisoners who took over the island until it became too much of a cost burden. It was then given to the US Federal Penitentiary. The cellhouse was never filled to capacity. The average number of prisoners was 260, and the maximum was 302. There were 336 cells available. There were no executions on Alcatraz, although there were five suicides and eight murders. Prisoners remained in Alcatraz until they were no longer considered to be ...

    What happened to this place?

    A travel blog entry by jkanehartnett on Apr 30, 2015

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    ... beautiful, is something all together, unhealthy and subtly destructive. A cab from the airport to my ****** airport hotel (which cost $100 for one night) was $14. I TRAVELLED ONE MILE. Public transit? What's that? Oh, you mean the Disney rides that go nowhere? Or how about the BART? Oh, sure, I felt like studying a bacteria that is known to grow only on the seats of this Bay Area Rapid Transit service. It feeds on Acia berry and wheatgrass *****. Fascinating. They do have ...

    Lake Havasu to San ysidro

    A travel blog entry by davidcole on Jan 03, 2015

    ... the boarder into California, 65 mile an hour li'it with everyone doing 80. Much better. Traffic picked up a lot in California until we were driving on 8 lane freeways. Made it to San ysidro Walmart about 3pm and the Hulkette picked up some make up, I got some food, and down to our hotel right on the border. It was pretty grim. Tiny, a bit smelly and dirty, and kids making heaps of noise. Ordered pizza and nuggets for dinner. Booked a car par at the border for ...