Hampton Inn San Francisco-Airport
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Zach arrived yesterday, and today we hopped on the BART in Pleasanton and headed into San Francisco, where we had tickets for the Hop On Hop Off City Sightseeing tour. Timing wasn't such that a lot of hopping on or off would be done, but we did manage to see a lot of Downtown, we went across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, ...
... thoughts of your own possible survival if you escaped the prison walls and had to swim the deep icy waters of San Francisco Bay. On arrival you're given Alcatrez's award winning audio tour equipment where you can head off across the island at your own pace. The funny thing about audio tours is that you could have fifty people in a room all wearing headphones, not a word being spoken. Quite surreal when you remove your headphones to the silence while being in one of ...
... out the boat we were supposed to take didn't leave for another hour. We decided to upgrade and take that one. The dude taking tickets said we didn’t have time to wait in line and he let us go on that one without paying more. It was 30 mins longer and was supposed to cost $5 more. The cruise was cool and it was very informative about stuff like Alcatraz, the golden gate, and the sf earthquakes. After the cruise we decided to rent bikes ...
... then off to Golden gate park for Alex to enjoy his birthday present from Ellie, this was a Segway tour of the park which is on a par with Central Park in New York, it was fun watching them go through their training and then off on their tour, after they returned, about 2 and a bit hours later Alex wanted to get himself a 49ers shirt (american football to the uninitiated) we are going out shortly for dinner. We are up early tomorrow and off south to ...
... one of its prominent prisoners was Al Capone.
Nowadays you can visit the prison cells, the kitchen and the administrative part of the building. The building where the prisoners used to live is quite small and looks exactly as US prisons nowadays. Apart from the cells there is also a library and a dining room to see. One of the curious facts is that the families of the wardens working there, were also living on the island. Their houses ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn San Francisco-Airport South San Francisco
Comfortable facilities, great staff!
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