Hampton Inn San Francisco-Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... take from about half an hour from our house all the way across the country to within about half an hour from Lulu's sister in Pennsylvania. Obviously, we didn't do that, but still. As we came out of the mountains, and closer to urban areas it got busier and busier on the road. By the time we hit the Sacramento area, it got so busy that Mark was singing to the tune of Dire Straits' "I Want my ...
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Our final day in San Fran arrived far too soon for our liking but we decided we would have one last pampering session before we left so made ourselves appointments at a very posh hair salon and both got well deserved and much needed hair cuts – it was bliss.
After strolling around and enjoying the city a little more we boarded our flight and headed to New York for our last night in the ...
As we had a late flight ( Check in at 6.30pm ) we were keeping one of the rooms so we could freshen up before departure. Myra & Rose picked us up at 10am to head over to Oakland. This time going over the new Oakland Bridge, which we had seen all lit up the previous night. Oakland (chk) was a neat town it seemed classic American - wide streets, houses with yards, clean and tidy.
After sone successful shopping by all four ladies it was time to head for ...
... Strain by Michael Crichton.
We then set off for the Ferry Terminal to take the Ferry from Alameda, where we were staying, into San Francisco. The weather was beautiful while we waited in the sun and The Beatles were playing from an unknown speaker in the distance.
Once the ferry came, we boarded and bought our tickets. It took us under the Oakland Bay Bridge which was scenic enough. The foggy ...
... of the world, it is very clean and upmarket. It has some very cool, trendy shops. We were there during the day, so it was fairly quiet. When we drove past one evening, the place was bustling with lots of lights and people were everywhere.
Haight was traditionally the hippie hub, it still kind of is. Lots if "dispensaries" selling pot and paraphernalia, cotton and tie-dyed clothes. What ...