Alamo Square Inn

Address: 719 Scott St, San Francisco, California, 94117, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Alamo Square area of San Francisco, is near Painted Ladies, Alamo Square, Market Street Railway, and Queen Anne Victorians.
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Travel Blogs from San Francisco

A non-day and 'ugly' passengers

A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 08, 2015

8 photos

... in because it was too early and we had nowhere to go because it was so wet. I'd have felt sorry for the hotel staff, but they were singularly unhelpful to anyone. Many guests were with 'Imagine Cruising' who had booked them into the Radisson, which is undergoing major refurbishment. As a result, the hotel has no lounge or restaurant at the moment and they had converted two bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors into temporary lounges. It ...

The de Young and Walnut Creek

A travel blog entry by jkaram on Jan 16, 2015

2 comments, 32 photos

... line around it. In fact there were two of these. I read the interpretation and began to realize why galleries get a bad reputation with the public. They paid someone for the privilege of hanging it on their walls (it could have been a donation) but it's not the art they were paying for it was the interpretation of it. It's not art. Here are some other works ...

Our last week in San Francisco

A travel blog entry by riddle on Dec 30, 2014

7 photos

... and listening to stories from our Russian hosts who also provided us with champagne and panettone for New Years celebrations!

New Years eve we jumped on the tram to the Embarcadero and piers to the Exploratorium which is a science centre for little and big kids where we touched, played, learned and made music. We managed several hours there and then trying to get 5 of us on a tram in the area on ...

There’s gold in them thar hills!

A travel blog entry by spoonball on Dec 17, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... and dinners at private locations (like the Legion of Honor and de Young Museum) that are not usually available to the public. It is these features that make Tauck “Event” tours so popular.

What I was not aware of (although I was told it was in the trip materials somewhere) is that there are usually many groups (in our case five) traveling at the same time and sharing in the private events. This is where it breaks down for me ...

San Fran to Auckland via Sydney

A travel blog entry by finchem on Nov 16, 2014

18 photos

First my mom and I got up and rented bikes so that we could bike to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge! It was really fun and I got a few pictures! Once we got there, there was a thing which was these two hands and you were supposed to puts your hands on it to show that you made it to the base. Then we went into a gift shop and got a Golden Gate Bridge key chain and a postcard for my dad and my brother. we rode back tot he bike shop to return out bikes then ...

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