Adrienne's Place

Address: 965 Baker Street, San Francisco, California, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Central North San Francisco area of San Francisco, is near Alamo Square, Market Street Railway, Golden Gate Promenade, and Basic Brown Bear Factory.
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Travel Blogs from San Francisco

San Francisco

A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Oct 20, 2014

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... there was still a lot of poverty in that area of town, and all over the city really. That's something that's really surprised me, and is definitely more prevalent, if not more noticeable here than at home. There's so many people begging on the streets, or clearly homeless and deprived, and there seem to be a high number of them that are suffering with mental health problems. It's really sad to see.


We went on a trip to Alcatraz ...

Dan57aron

A travel blog entry by hung46jules on Oct 09, 2014

... equipment, excavating gaps, bursting concrete and paving streets. Other engineer accessories which include dozer blades, container hoes, rippers, in addition to equipment can certainly be attached to a tractor. The tractor is converted into a bulldozer, by connecting the dozer blade. Specific tractors just like streets tractors, locomotive tractors or artillery tractors have precious products that they have to keep ...

Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by hicksfamily on Oct 03, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... the years of its operation. We entered several cells including solitary confinement, and in the darkness with the inmates voices in your ears, it felt very creepy. Just to be standing inside the walls of Alcatraz is quite disconcerting, but very memorable. The tour takes 45 minutes and covers most of the jail itself, and following that we went to the gift store, where a previous Alcatraz inmate - William Baker - was ...

Day Twenty: Walking on San Fran

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 24, 2014

8 photos

... professionally done.

After the Castro we walked through some fancy streets into the Mission district, another area with an interesting history. We arrived first in Dolores Park and learnt about the primarily Latino area that is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after districts in which to live. In
fact, it’s getting to the point that a lot of the original residents are being evicted from buildings, which ...

San Fran and LA

A travel blog entry by ludders on Aug 19, 2014

6 comments, 27 photos

... way to Yosemite which was a different level. Wine county was still dry but not in the same way, and much flatter in comparison. We visited 5 wineries with tasting at each one of red, white and rose locally-produced wine. Again the sun was shining bright as we were driven around without having to lift a finger except to drink wine! By the fifth winery I have to say I had pretty much forgotten my own name - you do not spit out the wine here so I was merrily going ...

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