BEST WESTERN San Mateo/Los Prados Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... is one of the most visited piers at San Fran and I can see why. There are shops, entertainment, boats going out around the bay on offer, food and drinks available. we spent some time down there just wandering around looking through the shops - well worth it as the feel of the place is amazing.
When we got back to union Square we thought we would walk up to china town and have a wander around. ...
... we ordered a beef taco to go and say in the grassy square, taking in the fabulously retro surroundings as we basked in the Californian sun.
After lunch, we visited two more wineries, including an interesting chocolate shot of wine (a chocolate shell cup filled to the brim with sweet red wine). We were instructed to drink a third of the wine, before putting the whole cup into your mouth and letting the dark chocolate flavours mingle with the notes in the red wine ...
... up with her sister and friend to start her extended holiday. Once suitcase posited we walked back to the wharf area via Lombard St - the crookedest street, and must be one of the steepest to get to as well, very hot afternoon. Once back at the wharves/piers wandered around for a while then made my way back to Oakland for happy hour and dinner at the hotel with a few of the ...
... SF is this place sun goes down about 8.30pm and shops stay open till late every night.
Had tea at a Players Sports bar, showing Baseball and Basketball finals. Started chatting to a group who were brothers meeting at central place of SF whom were from Portland, New York and LA, who asked the question what do we think about our Prime Minister? which we found an interesting question with no response. Headed back to Pier 2620 for a quite glass of ed before ...
We visited Chinatown yesterday and bought the sweetest and largest strawberries I have seen for a long time for $2 walked along eating them, then later was in the Port areas where there were two large liners in and the same strawberries were $4-50 hmmm.
Then we went across the bay and visited Alcatraz yesterday evening - what a sad place - more like a gathering of cages stacked on top of each ...