The Parsonage

198 Haight Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States | B&B
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Our Final Day in San Francisco

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach

... contained a Wallmart, which sold anything and everything and contained a good washing facility where we could change into our night clothes and clean teeth. Slightly random place to wash but that was all that was there! We recieved a few funny looks walking out of wallmart in our pjamas. We returned to the bus which had been converted into sleeping quarters. It was a bus full of cushions with bunk beds above head. ...

The mighty San Francisco

A travel blog entry by davenjulia

4
5

... the Bay Area, noisy, smelly but fun to watch. D had to have the first chili dog of the day from the street van 'cos a man has to keep up his strength of course. The wharf area was very busy with many nationalities roaming the many shops,stalls,markets and restaurants. Having found the ticket outlet we took the next available city loop, 90 minutes to tour the main sites, a great option we thought to orientate us to the city layout . The sun kept shining for us even if ...

San Francisco!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

169

... Sara's directions and I did not get confused. So grateful to Sara for giving me clear directions.

The first place Sara suggested was Union Square, which is known for high end department stores and cool boutiques.I didn't shop due to a tight budget and I wanted to see the other cool parts of the city. As typical of me, I wandered around and walked up some hilly streets. Going up in one direction, I stumble upon Chinatown!

When I ...

Where the city meets the bay

A travel blog entry by prawn0

4

... the bay that went under the Golden Gate Bridge and around Alcatraz. We got onto the boat and on the pier next to the boat was where all the sea lions chill. There were even some on the pier we were on but they didn't look friendly enough to get close to. They were protecting each other sitting in very aggressive poses. The boat was quite big and we had nibbles and drinks on there for the night. The views going under the bridge with the sun setting were amazing as you can expect. ...

Final Trip Wrap-Up

A travel blog entry by bowiefamily

1
17

... restaurant the night before, and although it wasn't quite as tender it was still creditable and much better than the supposedly 'top quality' food you get ripped off for in New Zealand.

That was the end of our penultimate day in San Francisco, so we reluctantly got into our two tiny double beds, ready to be kicked and punched all night by our fellow sleeper because we'd stolen their pillow. Whoops.....

The last day started with ...

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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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