National at Oak Creek Palo Alto

Address: 1600 Sand Hill Rd, Palo Alto, California, 94304, United States | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Palo Alto

Gotta love Airbnb

A travel blog entry by wandering_james on Nov 21, 2014

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... an uphill hike, but its stunning architecture, hidden staircases, and the chance to glimpse its flock of wild parrots (really!) make the trek worth it. Our 1br apartment is light and airy with plenty of space. Views over the bay, Washington Square Park and towards the Golden Gate Bridge. Downside, being SF it is all about walking up and down those ...

Seeing San Francisco

A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... directions and bus outside. Big hospital opposite which we don't want to visit.

Walked 15 mins to Castro area this morning, Centre of the Gay district which this city is known for. Not for us so caught a trolley bus down to the ferry terminal.

Managed an afternoon tour which took us over the Golden Gate Bridge to a lookout, then to Muir Woods. A 600 acre protected by presidential decree of Coastal Redwood trees. The tallest is over ...

City trip to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by omalleyroadtrip on Aug 11, 2014

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Suppose to get up early but nobody rose until after 9. Des and I left the kids in bed whilst we tidied up, showered and prepared for our city day trip. Pete (our Dutch neighbour) had done the same trip yesterday in his large rv and told us about some parking in saulsulito where we could leave the van and hop on a ferry to San Fran. It was a beautiful little town pretty little house ...

San Francisco Treat!

A travel blog entry by okes on Jul 11, 2014

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... throw in the towel. So we made our way to the Golden Gate Bridge. It was breathtaking!! Across the bridge is one of the cutest towns I had ever seen...Sausalito. We grabbed a coffee and walked along the sea as a curious seagull trailed along behind us. We watched sailboats pass by as the sun began to sink low. The boats reminded me of my boys back home so it was time for a check-in call. My two-year-old son, Luke, said, "Mommy, I'm at your house...where ...

USA Part 2

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 76 photos

... into San Fran? Lombard Street...

We both really liked San Fran. It had a pretty active culture and the architecture was unique and funky. The one thing we didn’t like though was the hills. Lucky the Fiat was invincible and an automatic as driving a manual in this town would have killed us.