Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Last day in 'Cisco as many say. We began thinking we had too long here and in the end found ourselves loving every minute. There you go. Staying close to Union Square turned out such a blessing. We quickly identified with the 'vibes' of this city- relaxed, warm, vibrant and friendly. Wendy has enjoyed the shops but we both planned to make some purchases here so all is well. Free WIFI just sitting in Union Square and most major shops and all Starbucks. We passed ...
... island endured there - inmates and staff alike. Once back in San Francisco we wandered up to Fisherman's Wharf, super touristy but had to be done. magic shops, live performers, left handed stores, caricature drawers (I WANT one!), it was pretty entertaining. Dinner at a sports bar where we tried to figure out what on earth was happening during an NFL match, and then time to catch a train home and actually meet the people we're staying ...
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... small bag of chips each at the airport - $25 for that.
The flight was half hour late leaving and as we were taxiing out there was an announcement of sad news. I thought someone must have died, but no - the headsets for the movies were only working on the right side of the plane - we were sitting on the wrong side again.
The flight takes five hours and you lose three hours crossing the country so by the ...