The Brick Path Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1805 Marin Ave, Berkeley, California, 94707, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1805 Marin Ave, Berkeley, is near Berkeley Municipal Rose Garden, Triple Rock Brewery, Tilden Regional Park Botanic Garden, and The Bone Room.
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    The Night Before

    A travel blog entry by crystalngo88 on Jun 08, 2015

    ... everything stolen... or I don't know.

    One thing that I'm currently worried about is that I won't be able to sleep tonight from all of this anxiety. My dad can never sleep the night before a big trip because he worries and probably mentally goes through lists of things to remember, and now I see that I am the same way.

    Welp. One more sleep until our adventure begins.
    ...

    The search for 2640 Steiner Street

    A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Feb 03, 2015

    9 photos

    ... this we started our search for 2640 Steiner Street. This address is where the film Mrs Doubtfire was filmed. We knew roughly were it was so we followed a street called Broadway for at least 18 blocks, this sounds easy but don't forget San Francisco is made of steep, hilly streets. We arrived at Steiner Street and started walking up it and just as we thought we could see the house a middle aged American man came up to us and said in a joking manner "are you looking to ...

    Back to normal… sort of

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Dec 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and cannot answer easily. To be fair, we visited 25 countries and another 5 transit countries over 10 months (plus a month-long, 5 state tour of the East Coast).

    Alex: I could spend a year in Japan, easy. India, not because it was fun (it wasn't) but because it was the most intense and demanding travel, the most alien environment, and generally the wildest part. Jordan. The old city of Jerusalem. Morocco. Sarajevo. England.

    Cindy: Everywhere. ...

    Time to take a Napa

    A travel blog entry by sprinklebabe on Oct 26, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Adam was quite spoiled for choice in SF with many vegetarian and vegan options. The restaurant did live up to its name and I was quite surprised at how delicious the food could be without meat or dairy. Even dessert, a chocolate mousse pie with cashew crust and coconut cream was rich beyond comparison. Our day ended with our pillows being delivered at midnight (since the new unit had none) at midnight, some hour and a half after Adam had called for ...

    San Francisco Day 3

    A travel blog entry by the2pattullos on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... else for Mark to tick off his "to do" list. After lunch we meandered back to the Ferry Building and then back home via Market St, I swear the flattest street in the city, and back to our hotel. Dinner tonight was a lovely steak and pork chop pour moi at a place nearby called the Daily Grill. Early night tonight as we have Alcatraz to tomorrow morning and more walking no ...