Acqua Hotel Mill Valley
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... transit system San Francisco has got.
We jumped off and then got back on an inbound train to town. Off that onto a trolley bus, then off that and onto a bus back to the apartment. God talk about a transit afternoon. At least we could say we'd tried out every mode of transport in the San Francisco transit system even if we'd wasted the whole afternoon doing it!!! It was well dark by the time we got home. I couldn't believe how dark it was at ...
... for the Australian Embassy to put our vote in for the Aussie election. What a lot of good that did - grrrr - I wonder how he is going... That night we headed to Baby Blues BBQ to say hello to Paul which we met at burning man. It's his restaurant - we ate an amazing dinner first which was my very first experience of ribs! And what an experience that was :) Yum. Where have you been all my life? After dinner Paul caught up with us, we drank at his bar in the restaurant and we met a ...
... and to your guide" (something similar anyway) we were on the second level and the entire level is decorated like the inside of a rain forest. They have gorillas hiding in the trees, a lion on a rock, elephant in the bush, a waterfall providing music and fish in the walls. Just as we arrived they had a 'storm' gorillas beat their chests, lights flash and lions roar (happens every half hour according to our tour guide). Exciting! It is a fantasy ...
We had a **** night's sleep. O’Malley kept fidgeting and woke me up going to the toilet. He also was snoring. So some words were said and we both moaned at each other. Andy, Chris’ lodger decided to set an alarm at 5.50am of two radio stations merged together slowly getting louder. O’Malley then decided to move into the other room and we quickly both dropped off for a couple of hours.
We then got up and ready and headed out in the car towards a shop to buy some ...
We tried to visit the afternoon before but the car parks were packed so we decided to get up early on our last day and head straight over the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin County, grabbed breakfast and then took the twisty road up into the hills to Muir Woods. Muir Woods is one of the few places on earth where you can see old-growth redwoods. Many of the redwoods here are 600 – 800 years old, the oldest is 1200 years ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed