Acqua Hotel Mill Valley
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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 ...
... lads came in the room and introduced themselves as Martin and Lewis.That evening me and the English lads got some beers and spent the evening drinking and playing pool. The next morning I was up early for breakfast and then got showered and sorted and decided to walk around to the seafront and try and find my way around the town.I got a huge burrito on pier 39 which is the attraction pier with loads of shops on it such as Bubba Gump's shrimp co and Luigi's pizza ...
... there, the homeowners must hate it! Lots of people driving down recording their drive, standing in the middle of the street holding up traffic..... so we joined in for a couple of pictures. It is a very well manicured street!
After Lombard we rode the Cable Car to the end of the run around Union Square. Grabbed some lunch and I pick up a couple of pairs of Skechers (couldn't resist, they ...
Before anyone gets all pedantic, I know we haven't quite left the US yet. Technically, Hawai'i is part of it. In the same way, Tibet is part of China, but the locals were so laid back that they didn't seem to mind very much when loads of foreigners arrived and voted to hitch-up with the motherland. Now everyone used to it. It's one way to build an empire I suppose. It's a funny old place the US. Full ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed