Hill Point Bed and Breakfast

15 Hill Point Ave., 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 Conservatory of Flowers, National AIDS Memorial Grove, Red Vic, and Kezar Stadium.
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Travel Blogs from San Francisco

San Francisco to L.A.

A travel blog entry by bevj on Sep 07, 2014

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... next stop to the delight and cheering of the passengers. Hilarious!

Unfortunately, F. Wharf was a big disappointment for us. Horribly touristy and full of cheap souvenir shops and expensive restaurants. Not our scene at all. Pier 39 was slightly better but still not really our scene – apart from the sea lions which lay about on pontoons arfing at each other. However I did manage to buy a nice hoody there to combat the cold!! A tourist bus took us ...

Golden Bike Ride

A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Aug 23, 2014

... before spending the next 15 minutes trying to decide which option to go for. There were at least 25 vendors and most of their menus were appealing. Eventually we both bought a rice chicken dish from a Chinese stall. The quality wasn't great but it 'filled a hole' as they say in Yorkshire. Being Holdsworths surrounded by food trucks on a relaxing Friday evening, we couldn't resist a second bite to eat. Junior went for a noodle dish that he thought ...

Fog, ferries and felons

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

... of minutes. The second option is to sit on one of the outdoor seats, a wooden slatted bench which runs along the front section if the carriage. Better photo opportunities arise in this location, but the San Francisco wind can slice right though you and you have to face the wrath of the driver if you put your hand even an inch over the back of the bench. "You will be thrown off!" The final option is to embrace your inner Judy Garland and hang off the step while holding onto one ...

The Rock

A travel blog entry by the_conways on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... the stories of escape, including tales of drilling with spoons and using homemade mannequin heads and also the audio tour section explaining the dining room riot over spaghetti. Overall, I feel more educated about Alcatraz and the experience was fantastic, I recommend it to everyone!

PS: Don't miss the 6:30 ferry; Alcatraz may be a tad scarier in the dark, on your own, with no escape......

Ben :P


Visiting Alcatraz was ...

And in the end....

A travel blog entry by donwen on Jul 30, 2014

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... the boat, we wandered down to Pier 39 where the seals were.....of course Wendy couldn't take the smell....I think she's a smell savant...there has to be a name for it....we shopped....then went to Boudin's for lunch....great soup in a sourdough bowl.Our last stop was Ghirradelli Square(sp)....Can you say free samples???So this is my last blog.....great trip and ready to come home.....gotta get ready to become a Nana..,how do I do ...

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