Dolores Place Bed and Breakfast

Address: 3842 25th Street, San Francisco, California, 94114, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Castro area of San Francisco, is near Dolores Park, elizabethW, Cover to Cover, and Sanchez Street.
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    The day Grampa, Mom and I got some exercize

    A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... it with some In and Out fries. They were really good fries. I could eat as many as I wanted after that walk, remember?

    The evening activity was to visit Pier 39, a famous section of Fisherman's Wharf with shops, restaurants, and entertainment. Justin, Auntie Brenda, and Grampa had gone to see the Giants game, so it was just Auntie Brenda, Mom, Owen and I at the wharf. We were a fun group to walk around with. We popped into a few shops, sampled some mini-donuts, and got ...

    San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... that drives the cable cars around San Francisco. It is a most interesting place and Phillip enjoyed this as well.

    We then continued walking to China Town. It is an interesting place with lots of jade and incense and Chinese restaurant. They sell souvenirs cheaper here than anywhere else in San Francisco if that is what you are looking for.

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    California Dreaming

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    ... Next stop was Mumm, on the parallel road, where we took in a flight of champagnes and I believe I won the blind tasting. Then it was onto Chandon for a booked tour around their cellars and vineyard. Good tour and the guide taught us a fascinating tip on opening a bottle of bubbles - the cage only needs to be twisted 6 times to release the cork. Modern techniques instead of using a huge saber! We spent the tasting with another couple Rebecca and Brad from Albany, New York ...

    San Francisco: Day 3

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    Transit and thoughts regarding usa

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    ... got to the point they would not let people on the plane with more than 1 bag. So many annoying angry people who wanted carry like 4 suitcases on the plane. The next leg Atlanta to quito. Distance 3787.4km. Around 5 hours. Lots of turbulence and managed to score an upgrade to economy comfort which gave us 4 more inches of leg room!! Sat next to a local who had been living in the USA. He gave us some advice on what not to eat. He also pointed out the Lightning in ...