Union Street Inn

Address: 2229 Union St, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Nob Hill Russian Hill area of San Francisco, is near California Wine Merchant, Dosa San Francisco, Eurasian Interiors Chinese Antiques Furniture, and Dianne's Old & New Estates.
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    A non-day and 'ugly' passengers

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... in because it was too early and we had nowhere to go because it was so wet. I'd have felt sorry for the hotel staff, but they were singularly unhelpful to anyone. Many guests were with 'Imagine Cruising' who had booked them into the Radisson, which is undergoing major refurbishment. As a result, the hotel has no lounge or restaurant at the moment and they had converted two bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors into temporary lounges. It ...

    The Waterfront Walk

    A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... behind me, I headed back to the Inn. All-in-all, I think I covered about 23 kms today and was exhausted...and my 'buns' were burning from all those hills! I was so tired (and in hindsight a little dehydrated) that dinner was a lazy 'Burger King' Whopper! I actually felt guilty eating it, not for having a Whopper but because I couldn't muster the energy to venture out and have something San Franciscan! Needless to say, sleep came very easily...

    A totally satisfying day...

    Touring the city

    A travel blog entry by grafton2015 on Jan 08, 2015

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    ... parts of town including the seedier side, the hippy area and also some magnificent Victorian houses. The colours and style of the houses is quite unique and very interesting. We went to a lookout over the city called Twin peaks. Laura Palmer wasn't there but some great views over the city certainly were. The haze and smog didn't help though. The Golden Gate park was next on the list and this large park was something that would need ...

    Where are the dementors?

    A travel blog entry by rebspa on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... bridge and making your way into Sausalito was tough with little kids * The ferry ride was great until I found at the end that Tilda and I had to go downstairs, get our bikes from an area with about 60 other bikes and wheel them up a ramp that flipped down for 10cm on the edge of the staircase in order to exit the ferry at a different level. There was a total crush of people, we were crammed in like sardines and Evan and Darcy had to go to a whole other area to get their larger ...

    Weekly Mash #7 - McCartney at Candlestick

    A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... he'd used to record the song. Between-song banter doubled as a docent's monologue: He told a story about Jimi Hendrix covering "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" at a 1967 concert, days after the record came out, and asking Eric Clapton, who was in the crowd, to come up and help him tune his guitar (he declined). One dazzling and deafening section of the show was "Live and Let Die" when the band hurled themselves around the stage in time to a barrage ...