Hampton Inn San Francisco-Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Fran, was a beautiful district – lots of rainbow flags, penis-shaped cookies and a tragic yet inspiring history. J.Jo was incredibly well spoken and rattled off a few spiles about the history of Castro, the various groups of people who have lived there, and the whole Harvey Milk era. I knew a bit about it but nowhere near what I know now, especially regarding Milk’s assassination. It was pretty depressing, but also incredible to ...
It was slow going on the last morning of the last day. We started with, what must have been, our earliest breakfast of the entire road trip, but that was only to allow for time for swimming once more in the wonderful pool of the last hotel. We checked out as late as possible at 11 AM, and headed for California, which was less than 15 minutes away.
We took interstate 80, which, by the way, ...
... of the guards saying, "you finish work, run right down to the ferry, 12 minutes you're in SF, you have dinner catch a show or a movie, and you're back by 10". What a stark contrast to the life the prisoners led. D block was 24/7 except for 2 hours a week for exercise and shower. Got back and got an Uber car home, exhausted after a long day. We ended up just getting an enormous but very tasty pizza from across the road and got into bed by ...
... Mel's dad's old house which was pretty cool We then headed to the California Academy of Science which is in the Golden Gate park and has a dome that's built to recreate a rainforest. A planetarium, an aquarium and an area all about earthquakes and the earthquakes that have hit San Francisco, the best part of that area was the "Shake house" which recreates the movement of how ...
... Looking back you can see exactly how hilly the city is. Photos cannot show how steep these hills are -walked around today and got to one point where the street had to go up at a 60 degree angle for at least 150m. Thankfully I was heading right and bypassed that :) Also went to the Lucasfilm offices. Cant see much but they have a fountain with yoda in the front and you can enter the lobby ...