The Parsonage

198 Haight Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $140.00

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It can get cool on top of these buses

A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti


... 39. So we did. We had lunch at the Wipe-out bar and grill. Marie had fish and chips and I, having eaten curry not long ago, had an appetizer of coconut shrimp skewers. It was great. Then we caught the bus back to the tour office and walked (uphill) back to the hotel. Marie stayed at the hotel for a rest while I walked back to Pier 39 taking photos, including of the resident Sea lions. I also checked out the restaurants looking for a nice one for ...

Alcatraz/Golden Gate Bridge

A travel blog entry by margsim


... and sunny, not a cloud in the sky! Ken is keen to cycle over the bridge and I'm going too. We rode from Pier 41 at Fishermans Wharf over to Sausiledo. Brian has decided to take the ferry and meet us over there. It nearly killed me, but I made it. It wasn't the bridge that was the problem but the hills and miles we rode - it's been years since I've ridden a bike and my legs are jelly and my backside is tender ...

Half way through San Francisco

A travel blog entry by michelle.weeks2


... counterparts a few lessons in keeping the customer happy. Everything is done with a smile! As for the homeless, there have been quite a few we've seen in our walks around the city but none have been aggressive or invasive to our space (touch wood) and besides reminding us that some people have had life experiences that are way different to ours they haven't impacted on our trip at all. How have we filled our days? Walking! A whole lot of walking and boy is this city giving ...

Alcatraz, wine and cheese

A travel blog entry by mat_hill88


... famous trams and then run the last 6 blocks. Getting to the closest station the tram was waiting round the corner at the bottom of a hill for us. After a few minutes and the tram not appearing we stuck our head around the corner to see the tram being pushed up the hill by a lorry. Not what you want to see when you're rushing. The tram finally made it, being eager to get on the way I jumped on as it was moving the driver was not impressed and proceeded to tell me to wait ...

Exploring the city through my stomach

A travel blog entry by prawn0


... today was delicious so I'll put it out there now so I'm not repeating myself. It was in this small shop that apparently had somehow delivered by hand some salami to the pope in Italy and this was their claim to fame so they had photos of it everywhere. Next up we went to a little Sicilian food restaurant which we sat down in and ate homemade meatballs and pesto gnocchi. I forgot to take a photo of this one because by the time I remembered my plate was empty. So you can work ...

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This B&B, located in the Nob Hill Russian Hill area of San Francisco, is near Market Street, Treasure Island, Hayes Valley, and Smedley Herrera.
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