Inn on Castro

Address: 321 Castro 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 Castro Theatre, Mission District, San Andreas Fault, and Rolo.
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      Going to San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... an hour for our shuttle pick-up. It was pre-paid in NZ. As one of the assistants at the airport said, there's no point booking in advance as there are so many shuttles - except the one we had paid to catch - that it's just a matter of catching one on the day. Our driver couldn't lift the 50 pound bags. SF almost immediately struck us as profoundly different to New York. It is more open, with a lot less high rise, and is a lot quieter. Auckland would be busier on ...

      Here - at last!

      A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 25, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... see both the Golden Gate and Alcatraz from the table where we sat for our second dinner, so all is good. We even passed a ‘Ripley’s Belief or Not Museum’ on the stroll back, so we now know that this must be a proper city.

      Tomorrow we will take a day to explore San Francisco and drop off the bikes. There will, I hope be time for one last hurrah as we take them over the Golden Gate Bridge for the last photo-op of the tour.

      196 miles today



      A travel blog entry by stacyreeve on Sep 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... they are also kinda cute. I've also found out that you can watch the sea lions on a dedicated web cam ( n-story/sea-lion-webcam-2/) should you wish to get your fix when back at home.

      No trip to San Fran is complete with sampling some sea food. There are ample restaurants in Fisherman's Wharf as well as 'takeaway' outlets where you can buy items like shrimp and clam chowder, which seems to be ...


      A travel blog entry by stopcost4 on Sep 10, 2014

      ... out and getting completely outfitted. And strategic paintball markers are selected for woodsball, any look handgun are going to do (together with speedball competition model pistols). Realistic replica paintball rifles have no place in competition speedball as they are too cumbersome, heavy and slow. Challengers paintball equipment and guns are nonetheless farther divided into gear that's great for newbies, intermediate or cutting-edge stage competitor ...

      Playing Catch-up

      A travel blog entry by kklug001 on Aug 11, 2014

      10 photos

      ... were lucky to be close to the front of the line when our car came because we all got seats together on the outside of the car. Once we left the station we did not pick up any more passengers because we didn't have any empty spaces.
      The ride ends at the wharf where we take off in search of breakfast. On the wharf itself most places are prepping for lunch and don't serve breakfast. We get a tip that there are a couple of places serving breakfast about ...