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America - the beginning !

A travel blog entry by lian.travels


... prison remains untouched and tells the story well. A short boat ride back to the wharf and I wandered up some very steep inclines to the Crookedest street- it was bizarre seeing all the cars twist and turn down what looks an impossible route. Finally I deserved a walk to Ghirardelli Square and the richest hot chocolate I've ever had and that's saying something . On my last day ...

The journey is nearly finished

A travel blog entry by martinfamilyusa


... before returning the rental car. We couldn't believe the hills!!!! It is the hillest city I have ever seen. Our car had to be returned to Union Square but our hotel was closer to Fisherman's Wharf so we had a huge walk. We checked into our hotel and had a quiet evening.

Next morning we were booked on the first boat to Alcatraz. Tim was really looking forward to this tour. We walked to Pier 33 to catch the boat and then tour Alcatraz Island. What ...

San Francisco.

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone


... 39 where we had time to explore this beautiful city. I can't believe how busy it is- seriously it like a sea of people and was a struggle to walk from one end to the other- surprised I didn't get lost! We got to see Alcatraz from afar, sea lions (that stunk so bad!) the bridge and the beautiful pier! I so desperately wanted to try to clam chowder but it was so incredibly busy and we had a deadline to get back to the coach. After lunch, we had a tour of the city. It is ...

Day 1 San Fransisco - Piers, Seals & Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by nic216


Today we are off to Alcatraz! Should be really interesting I am thinking, we are booked for the 1.30pm ferry so we have time to explore Fisherman's wharf this morning :) We are staying only a five minute walk to the historic street car that runs from Castro right through to Fisherman's Wharf and it's only $2 so we catch it and it gives us a chance to see some of the city on our way. Being a Saturday Fisherman's Wharf was bustling with people but the vibe is still beachy ...

1st day in San Francisco

A travel blog entry by kiwisues


... see attached. From here we wanted to head back to the hotel so tried to get the cable car again, but still too busy and didn't stop for us as too full. So we were wandering along and a local lady who was sweeping out front of her house asked us if we were lost and helped directed us to get a bus back to close to our hotel - she was lovely and so helpful. Caught the bus and was back at our hotel for a quick rest up and drink, before ...


This hostel, located in the Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach area of San Francisco, is near Natural History Museum, Victoria Pastry Co., Greenwich Steps, and Biordi Art Imports.
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