Bernalview B&B

37 Stoneman St, San Francisco, California, 94110, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Mission District area of San Francisco, is near Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park, Bernal Heights, Red Poppy Art House, and Aquarius Records.
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    Day in San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by theresacole2228 on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... back across city to train station. OMG !! hills, more like mountains to climb, but did come across worlds windiest road, lombard street. Back to hotel via train & shuttle for long soak in bath & bite to eat.
    This was a fantastic day viewing the sights of San Francisco by bike. This is something me & ray would never of done, highly recommend. The only downside of San Francisco for us is, we not stayed long enough, need at least 3 ...

    DAY 11. SAN FRANCISCO

    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... life lacking much exercise, comfy lounge chairs to loll about in and much worse, food seems very limited and unpredictable. I saw one large and loveable short-brown hair dog watching his masted finish the last piece of whatever he had scrounged fro somewhere. He looked so hard at that morsel and it made me so sad. If it had been me I would have just snatched it- chomp-gone. I know that you would never dream of doing ...

    San Francisco Day 2

    A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... me who isn't really into walking. They do also offer harder hikes through the woods so that you can get views of the trees higher up the edges - we did try this and ended up turning around after 20 mins as it was a bit tiring - especially after walking across the bridge earlier.

    I think an evening of chilling out is in order - bring on the final full day in San Fran tomorrow!
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    Cycling and The Rock

    A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 05, 2014

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    Today I caught a bus to Haight-Ashbury (famous for the Summer of Love and still a hippie area) and hired a bike to cycle around Golden Gate Park - a beautiful public space, 20% larger than Central Park, which includes a science museum, art gallery, numerous lakes, polo fields, a herd of bison, the Japanese tea garden and Conservatory of Flowers.
    Then I rode around the coast to the Golden Gate Bridge, and along the ...

    Golden Bike Ride

    A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Aug 23, 2014

    ... of other tourists who were either walking or cycling the full length of the impressive red structure (over 1.5 miles from start to finish). The wind naturally picked up, the traffic was heavy but flowing and we made full use of the numerous vantage points to take in the view of the bay area, with the city skyline and Alcatraz in the distance.

    Our trip was extended slightly as we freewheeled down a windy road on the other side of the bay to reach ...